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INTERVIEW: In Conversation With… Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour’s Kirsty MacLaren

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I’ve covered so many career goals on this job, from working with National Theatre of Scotland, performing at the National Theatre, touring internationally and now working in the West End. Plus originating a role is a pretty special experience. It’s been the job that has kept on giving.

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FEATURED SHOW: Around the World in 80 Days at Cadogan Hall, ★★★★★ reviews are in

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Have you seen the raves reviews for our Featured Show, family-friendly adaptation of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days? The New Vic Theatre production continues at London’s Cadogan Hall until 2 September as part of an extensive UK tour. A selection of some of our favourite review quotes is gathered below…

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WATCH: Behind the scenes with Iris Theatre’s Hansel & Gretel cast

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Have you booked your family ticket yet for Iris Theatre’s new immersive adaptation of the Brothers Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel yet? With the company’s new video, go behind the scenes with the cast exploring the grounds of St Paul’s, the Actors’ Church – then get booking!

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WATCH: Old Kent Road tap into InMotion opener after taking Edinburgh by storm

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London’s new InMotion Festival of dance and physical theatre officially opens tonight (16 August 2017) at The Bunker Theatre with the direct-from-Edinburgh transfer of Fall Out, by contemporary tap ensemble company Old Kent Road.