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Pygmalion: A Review

The production of Pygmalion, with its explicit reference to the north-south divide and the stereotypes therein, reviewed by our very own Billie Walker

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In 21st Century Britain benefits and government spending is being cut in all areas causing homelessness to rise significantly. Billie Walker tells us more…

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A Taste of Honey – LUDS Review

From Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th November LUDS (Liverpool University Drama Society) put on a performance of A Taste of Honey, a play written by Shelagh Delaney, premiering in 1958.

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Review: 1984 – A Production by Tell Tale Theatre

As a basic summary you could lend a production of George Orwell’s 1984 to simply: Politics, rebellion and love. But let’s delve in to the performance of Tell Tale Theatre and imagine yourself in a world of only three countries, those of which are at war…