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  1. A Titanic show

    A Titanic show  

    A new exhibition about the Titanic draws crowds at the O2...

  2. Don’t miss the land girls

     

    We recommend you book tickets for Fresh Glory’s Lilies on the Land that uses the testimony of land girls in a powerful, entertaining and moving production. The play was conceived in 2001 by the Lions part theatre company as a companion piece to Christopher Fry’s A Sleep of Prisoners. Producer Rosalind Riley told Ink Pellet: […]

  3. The novel approach

    The novel approach  

    Michael Dahl is a prolific author specialising in the graphic novel. He spoke to us about the art form...

  4. Take another look at Wells

    Take another look at Wells  

    HG Wells is having something of a renaissance - but it is not his science fiction that is catching the eye but his quirky novels on society. Fresh from a reading of Kipps, Lesley Finlay looks at why it is still relevant...

  5. Two worlds collide

    Two worlds collide  

    A new exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol showcases the work of the Jamaica Street Artists, a studio that is creating a real buzz in the city. We found out more about it...

  6. Learning the art of dance

    Learning the art of dance  

    Rambert Dance Company has an innovative education programme that is exciting and challenging. We spoke to Joce Giles, the company's head of learning and participation to find out more...

  7. Big Interview: Jimmy Akingbola

     

    Star of stage and screen, Jimmy Akingbola is known throughout the acting world as Mr Nice. LESLEY FINLAY caught up with him to find out how he manages to remain so grounded...

  8. A rattling journey through time

    A rattling journey through time  

    Alan Gibbons's second instalment of the Hell's Underground series is a challenging but exciting tale that takes readers back in time to 1940. Reviewer ALISS LANGRIDGE joined the adventure...

  9. Cranford: Delicious but…

    Cranford: Delicious but…  

    EDNA HOBBS wonders if the BBC's television adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford has spoilt the experience for theatre-goers. Our reviewer saw the play, which is on tour, at The Lighthouse in Poole...

  10. S4K’s Dream is a scream

    S4K’s Dream is a scream  

    If you're in the booking mood, LESLEY FINLAY recommends...