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May 2015
Coney’s Early Days (of a better nation) –  inspired by the 2011 UK riots, the Arab spring, Iceland’s crowd-sourced constitution, and the rise (and fall) of Occupy – is set in a TV studio/balloting...

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21
Aug 2014
Far away from the fray of the Fringe is a little refuge in the gentle hands of performer Ian Cameron. He waits for you in the grounds of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern...

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20
Aug 2014
In the wake of several recent and highly successful biographical films about women performed by high status actors (Streep – Thatcher, Mirren – The Queen and less recently Woolf – Kidman), it is interesting...

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19
Aug 2014
There is nothing better than sitting at the feet of an elder telling you the story of her life. This particular elder, Lynn Ruth Miller, is a wonderfully natural storyteller. A person’s life is...

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18
Aug 2014
If you are going to represent a sacred religious figure-head, re-enact aspects of the most contested historical episode of the twentieth century, and interrogate changing attitudes towards disabled people, more specifically actors who ‘nominate...

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