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Get Creative Family Arts Festival 2015 !

Through UK Theatre, LTG is connected with the Family Arts Campaign The Family Arts Festival will take place over a 24 day period, from 9 October – 1 November 2015. Not only that but this year it be partnered with the BBC Arts Get Creative initiative to become the Get Creative Family Arts Festival. All this means that it should be [...]

A Kaleidoscope Of human Life and Love

Our first play of the season was TWO by Jim Cartwright. He has a gift for making us laugh and cry, as he showed to great effect in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Two, an earlier play, first staged in 1989, is another that skilfully combines humour and pathos. Nigel Jamieson and Trish [...]

Evoactive Objects – Two Free Workshops

  Evocative Objects: the Materialities of Amateur Dramatics Part of the AHRC-funded Amateur Dramatics: Crafting Communities in Time and Space research an AHRC Connected Communities Festival Event Calling all amateur dramatics enthusiasts, historians, box office volunteers, board members, ushers, chorus members and performers! Fancy a chance to meet other amateur society members, to be filmed [...]

THE STAGE – Are you the next Critic ?

THE STAGE CRITIC SEARCH 2015 in association with   Finding the nation’s best undiscovered critic     Alistair Smith, Editor of The Stage newspaper, today announces the launch of The Stage Critic Search 2015, in association with At a time when many UK publications are cutting back on their reviews coverage – especially outside London and [...]