Interview: Odd Doll’s Kathleen Yore

Artistic Director Kathleen Yore is all about the craft and all that goes into transporting audiences. Having formed Odd Doll in 2012 with the aim of telling visual, universally appealing stories through painstaking craft, she's been busy ever since doing exactly that. I was a huge fan of Seaside Terror after seeing it back in... Continue Reading →

Birth: A Dark & Surprising Exploration of Unspoken Truths

Wednesday 17th July 2019 at York Theatre Royal. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ There’s a challenge in writing about Theatre Re’s latest Work, Birth, and there are two very specific reasons for this. Firstly, the subject matter benefits from a dark reveal so discussion of the narrative is limited, and secondly, the piece is quite simply ‘poetry in motion’... Continue Reading →

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