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Aug 2018
HG Wells’ The Time Machine, published in 1895, is sometimes credited with being the first sci-fi novel (although some might say that Mary Shelley beat him to it by 80 years with Frankenstein). Regardless,...

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23
Aug 2018
She no longer wants to talk about getting stripped; she now wants to talk about getting dressed. She sits behind a sewing machine, her lit face rapt in concentration, her beautiful pre-Raphaelite auburn curls...

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22
Aug 2018
For anyone who saw and loved the feel-good romps Cantina or Scotch & Soda, or the clever homage to circus tradition She Would Walk the Sky, the news that the creator of these shows,...

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21
Aug 2018
Dorothy Max Prior sees four shows presented at Dance Base for Ed Fringe 2018 There is most definitely a different vibe at the year-round Edinburgh venues – go to The Traverse or to the...

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21
Aug 2018
‘Marooned on a traffic island we can tyrannise ourselves, test our strengths and weaknesses, perhaps come to terms with aspects of our characters to which we have always closed our eyes.’ JG Ballard The...

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