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Culture Theatre

“Superb angst and comical corruption”: The Garden Party review

Though many theatre doors across the country have closed, the virtual doors of the arts have remained open. And, with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe sadly announcing its cancellation for this coming August, theatre production companies have had to adapt to online platforms also. One such company is Big Mind Theatre which, on three consecutive nights, […]

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Fringe Interview Theatre

Big Mind Theatre’s Going Slightly Mad: an interview

‘Fast. Funny. Original.’ These are the three words Lizzie Lewis, playing the role of Max in Big Mind Theatre’s Going Slightly Mad, would use to describe the production that will be performing at the Edinburgh Fringe this year.  Going Slightly Mad is a piece of original writing, based on personal experience, that explores the experiences […]

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Theatre

Mind-Full

Making theatre about mental health is utterly vital within the student community. More theatre needs to be produced about it, more needs to be seen and more needs to be written. Using theatre within university as a medium to remove stigma, initiate conversation, and change perception is a thing to be celebrated. Writing this, I […]