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May 2015
Wolf Meat is a trouser-ripping side-splitting romp through Grandma Croydon’s twisted world of sex and drugs, pinching inspiration from fairy tales like Red Riding Hood and Cinderella, and cutting them with cop dramas and...

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26
May 2015
For those who grow up by the coast, the sea has a mighty pull. Swimming off the jetty, watching the tide roll back across the vast, winkle studded mud flats of the Estuary. I...

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26
May 2015
Homer portrayed Odysseus as a man of outstanding wisdom and shrewdness, eloquence, courage and endurance. His wanderings and the recovery of his house and kingdom are the central themes of the Odyssey. James Joyce,...

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26
May 2015
Every good fringe deserves something wacky, and the five Dutch artists that put this show together have tried very hard to be that thing.  It’s described as part gallery, part shop and part concert....

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26
May 2015
Buddug James Jones’ opening words – ‘I am not an actor, but I’m going to give it a bloody good go’ – set the tone for an eccentric and fun-packed hour of biography by...

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