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For pretty much everyone working in theatre, the months of adjusting to pandemic have brought into question anything that might before have been assumed or accepted. People being in a room together
How much do you know about how theatre is made? In 2008 I thought I knew quite a lot – enough to have been writing about theatre for over a decade, confidently
Lately, the BPT blog has focused on the amazing programme of online activities put together by Naomi and the team when it became clear that public gatherings would continue to be prohibited
Naomi Alexander, artistic director of Brighton People’s Theatre, is feeling nervous. She’s tacked a huge sheet of bright blue nylon to a wall in Brighthelm Community Centre and invited a group of
In a quiet, sunlit room in the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, a young woman is pretending to be Brighton-based theatre-maker Tim Crouch. His voice is playing in her ears through
Maddy Costa writes on the community-building, conversation-starting power of Theatre Clubs, which make space for audiences to discuss the work they’ve seen. The group of people gathered around a meeting table at
Like many people impassioned by theatre, director Naomi Alexander also seethes with frustration at the way this potentially radical art form so often reinforces class divides.