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Theatre: The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

May 22, 2015

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Performed at Birmingham Rep A performance at the Birmingham Rep is already a winner as it’s an exceptional theatre (except for the lack of an aisle in the middle meaning a very long row to get in and out of past c24 pairs of knees, but, still the theatre is a pleasure to be in).  The […]

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Billy the Kid – His Life in Music!

September 13, 2014

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Presented by Livestock at Stan’s Café. Based on the life/myth/legend of Billy the Kid, this performance combines music and comedy. With just two actors performing a multitude of parts, accents and sexes, there is a lot to take in. The show profits from the well-known facts as we know them and twists them to comic […]

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The Brit Youth Theatre

October 8, 2013

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By Lewis Wescott I’ve been involved with The Brit Youth Theatre since it was founded in 2005 but am very rarely seen on stage… Having worked my way up I am now Stage Manager which means I coordinate everything ‘behind the scenes’ and production week I sit at a desk side of stage with a […]

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Introducing Birmingham Fest

July 15, 2013

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From the editor If proof was needed that Birmingham is a creative city, another superb and independent festival has just been launched. You would, of course, have been living on the moon (without Wi-Fi) if you deny that there is more going on in Birmingham than we can fit into our tiny packed out 5.5” […]

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