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Meet Lesley Finlay, the editor of Ink Pellet. She is a bit of a traditionalist (Jane Austen, the Brontes, Shakespeare, Dickens…) who is developing a love of modern teen fiction.
These are just some of our occasional musings on life in the arts world in Stage Whispers, the every day tale of everyday magazine folk…

  1. Pass it on: September

    Pass it on: September  

    The spotlight lands on language teachers - and not before time!

  2. Noticeboard:September

    Noticeboard:September  

    A round-up of autumn news and views...

  3. Theatre news

    Theatre news  

    News from our theatres and their autumn season

  4. June 2014: Pass it on

     

    Share the love with your colleagues in other departments...

  5. June 2014: Noticeboard

    June 2014: Noticeboard  

    A round-up of news, views and previews...

  6. Dance news

     

    Using familiar music to showcase the best in contemporary dance is proving a winning formula for Rambert’s Rooster, Christopher Bruce’s electrifying celebration of the swinging Sixties set to a Rolling Stones soundtrack. The original rock ’n’ roll swagger of the band is brought thrillingly to life with sharp-suited, snake-hipped men and strong, sassy women performing […]

  7. A day in the life…Jenny McLachlan

    A day in the life…Jenny McLachlan  

    Author Jenny McLachlan is about to leave her job as a teacher to become a full-time writer. Here she gives us a glimpse into a typical day as she prepares to make that change...

  8. Theatre: Doctor Faustus

    Theatre: Doctor Faustus  

    LESLEY FINLAY enjoyed this macabre retelling of Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus...

  9. The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award

    The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award  

    There's plenty of time to enter the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award...

  10. Big Interview: Simon Barraclough

    Big Interview: Simon Barraclough  

    Simon Barraclough is one of the judges of the Foyle Young Poet of the Year award. He talked to LESLEY FINLAY about his development from record shop worker to poet...