Ever After: Myth, Folklore & Traditional Storytelling at #edfringe2015

The Absent Reviews have been chatting with the artist, Yokko abut her Butoh Medea and Lindsay Corr from the Scottish Storytelling Centre about at the significance of Myth and the art of Storytelling. … More Ever After: Myth, Folklore & Traditional Storytelling at #edfringe2015

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Playing Poor: Inequality, Poverty & Privilege at #edfringe2015

The gap between the poor and the privileged is increasing at an apocalyptic pace. Duncan Smith and The Tory Barons are making sure that the ‘Have-Nots’ become the ‘Never-Wills’, creating a modern serfdom that will infect and fester within the guts of our country. So, how do we avoid Conflict? Even civil war? What can … More Playing Poor: Inequality, Poverty & Privilege at #edfringe2015

The Beginning of Something Beautiful(ish)…

I have been writing about theatre in different capacities for over a decade now; it’s my oldest and dearest love. Having recently been swallowed by the wonderland that is Twitter, and having seen the myriad of¬†engaging and passionate blogs out there, I’ve felt compelled to join in. So, what can you expect from The Absent … More The Beginning of Something Beautiful(ish)…