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Tag Archives: Former Students

SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES

Chloe, Georgia, Louise and Rimi have been reading fantasy novels… and watching fantasy films… and getting into Dungeons and Dragons. London based theatre company (and University of Leeds graduates) Mouths of Lions, bring their latest devised show to Leeds. SUPERFUNADVENTURETIMES is a high-energy, fantasy fiction inspired adventure, blurring lines between make-believe and reality, asking us to […]

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Former Student Mike Bartlett in the Guardian

Mike Bartlett: How I wrote King Charles III Photograph: Tristram Kenton for the Guardian The idea for King Charles III arrived in my imagination with the form and content very clear, and inextricably linked. It would be a play about the moment Charles takes the throne, and how his conscience would lead him to refuse to […]

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(Updated) Four Star Review and Critic’s Choice for the Dog-Eared Collective

Former W.T. students The Dog-Eared Collective received glowing reviews in both the Sunday Times and the Fringe Review earlier this month. Alison Thomson (Sunday Times)  selected DEC as her critic’s choice and the Fringe Review awarded them 4 stars. This comes ahead of their appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe. The orignal Fringe review piece can […]

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Four Star Review for The Track of the Cat

The Track of the Cat reviewed by ThreeWeeks www.edinburgh.threeweeks.co.uk bearplate in association with C theatre An eerie stillness consumes the dimly lit space from start to finish in this spookily compelling adaptation of Walter van Tilburg Clark’s novel, set in Sierra Nevada in 1900. The employment of an all female cast (aside from haunting music […]

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Dog Eared Collective

On Saturday 17th July the D.E.C. will be at The Carriageworks, Leeds to stage a Dog-Eared party performance ‘smack down’ to raise money for their comedy endeavours with… Barnaby Brown – The Romp-a-Long 2010 – An interactive comedy experience! First up they’ll perform their critically acclaimed Dickensian spoof Barnaby Brown, featuring an A-list orphan, a […]

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Workshop Theatre Alumni Reunion

The graduates from last year’s Theatre Studies class are having a nice little reunion on the 5th of December in Leeds.  It would be lovely to see some of the current Workshop Theatre students/staff there to say hi. Get in touch! Click here to see the Workshop Theatre 2006-2009 Video! Ben Share on Facebook

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Scatter Collective on their way back the the Workshop Theatre

The Scatter Collective are a new theatre company, with a few faces most of you would recognise. Cara, Becky & Shooee, all recent graduates, have had plenty of success recently with ‘Mapped’ (a review is below) and the good news is that they’re hoping to bring the show to the Workshop Theatre in February 2010. […]

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The View From Down Here

The View from Down Here, a piece previously presented in the third year Practical Essay weekend is being performed again with a new cast list this week. It will be shown as a part of ‘Midget Gems’, an evening of plays at the Carriageworks Theatre, and as a part of ‘Light Night’ which will be […]

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D/E/C on video.

Former Students, the Dog-Eared Collective send greetings (and video) from Edinburgh. They tell me during the month of June The Apocalypse Roadshow (their current Edinburgh production) underwent secret filming in a London bunker. Here is the proof, and part one of The Dog-Eared Collective’s video library directed by Dan Peters and Joe Kerrigan. Share on […]

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The Scatter Collective’s new website is online…

The new scatter collective website (yes you do remember them, look closely at the picture for heaven’s sake) is up and running at: http://www.thescattercollective.com/ As well as the usual stuff, there’s blogs from a couple of names you should recognise. Click on the links below : Shooee Harrison Becky Martin Share on Facebook

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A Message from the Dog-Eared Collective

Hello, In the run up to the launch of THE APOCALYPSE ROADSHOW at the Edinburgh Fringe, Yorkshire’s Helpline Heroes NI-NIGHT LINE have set up their own FACEBOOK PROFILE! Catch up with Paul, Karen, Kimberley and Jean (when she can be bothered) by adding them as your friend to hear their blow by blow Edinburgh account. […]

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The Facebook Group

Current and former students may be interested in joining the Facebook group. With around 130 members at the time of writing there may well be some familiar faces there. Click on the facebook logo to join: Share on Facebook

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