Monthly Archives: March 2015

Many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still*: Things we want to say about disability and theatre

Last month we went to see a play at the Park Theatre, ‘Kill Me Now’. We enjoyed the play and the production, but we did question whether an able-bodied actor was the only option to play one of the key … Continue reading

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Mark Thomas reclaims the nest: Cuckooed at the Arts Depot

Saturday 7th March 2015 Mark Thomas affectionately describes the Pentland Theatre at the Arts Depot as ‘flat pack’ and that’s a good description. Sandwiched between the bus depot and Aldi’s, it has a surprisingly spacious and calm interior with a … Continue reading

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