DRAMA AT ERT!

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Spoonface Steinberg Lee Hall’s (writer of Billy Elliot) extraordinary, award-winning play about faith, love and the meaning of life was first broadcast on Radio 4 in 1997 to unprecedented acclaim. A monologue by an autistic girl facing a terminal illness, it …

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MissCast

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As an actor, no matter how hard you try, there is always one role that you know you will never get! Surrounded by an industry based on physical appearance, race and gender, She Productions are here to break boundaries and …

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JOHN GODBER’S “SHAKERS”

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SHAKERS at ERT. 28/4/17 Further proof that Godber is God, ERT’s adaptation of his world-famous play “Shakers” reminded one and all that there are few comedy-writers as clever as John. Set in an eighties cocktail bar, the titular “Shakers”, the …

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SHAKERS

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SHAKERS (by John Godber and Jane Thornton) East Riding Theatre 26th April – 20th May! A play “Made in Hull” (and boasting an entirely East Yorkshire cast) is sure to be a City of Culture hit when Beverley’s East Riding Theatre is transformed into …

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IAN McMILLAN INTERVIEW

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IAN McMILLAN INTERVIEW One of Britain’s best-loved poets, Ian McMillan has been performing poetry since the seventies! Here, in an exclusive interview with “Pulse” author Steve Rudd, Ian chats about what first got him started, his Barnsley F.C. ties, and …

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS

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“GREAT EXPECTATIONS” at ERT Inexcusably unfamiliar with the Dickens classic (I’d neither studied it at school, nor read it for “pleasure”), I had no expectations whatsoever, hence why I found myself mesmerised both by the strength of the plot, along …

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