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‘Couldn’t be more timely’: PLACE PRINTS 1-4 (Online review)

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Place Prints is a fascinating audio series from writer David Rudkin about places in the UK. There are certain locations where that sense of the past is much stronger than in others. These places have their own stories and voices and Rudkin tells them with a sense of lyricism from which contemporary writers might well learn.

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‘There’s some interesting use of technology’: GUANTANAMO BOY/HER – Half Moon Theatre (Online review)

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I noticed that there were a pair of Half Moon Theatre productions – Guantanamo Boy and her – which involved Brolly, a collaboration between designer/illustrator Rachana Jadhav and writer/director Dominic Hingorani for whom design is a key element and who integrate live performance with digital technologies.