Morale Is High (Since We Gave Up Hope)

Alright everyone, can we just take a moment to stand up and cheer? This is my first theatre blog post since moving to Manchester! YAAAAY! Okay you can sit back down. Just before Christmas I…

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Cartography by Flickbook Theatre

To go travelling often takes a rather large leap of faith, especially to go on your own. It took me two trips away before I worked up the courage to board a plane with only…

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Inside Banksy’s Dismaland

On Wednesday R and I decided to get out of South Yorkshire and go on a mini-adventure. We chose to drive all the way to Weston-super-Mare (over three hours in case you were wondering) and try…

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Private View with Plunge Theatre

Moor Deli is fast becoming renowned for a bloody brilliant theatrical experience. Last night I returned to see Private View by Plunge Theatre – a trio of friends: Tuts, Lilly and Izabella. This wasn’t just…

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‘The Zoo Story’ at Moor Deli

‘The Zoo Story’ is a one act-play and the first piece of work by American playwright Edward Albee – who brought us ‘Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?’. I’ve seen the film version starring Elizabeth Taylor…

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