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Title: TWENTY THEATRES TO SEE BEFORE YOU DIE
By: A MASSIE-BLOMFIELD
Format: Paperback

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ISBN 10: 1908058455
ISBN 13: 9781908058454
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Publisher: INPRESS
Pub. date: 1 November, 2017
Series: BEFORE YOU DIE
Pages: 200
Description: The book explores weird and wonderful preformance spaces around the country, and will appeal to theatre-goers, theatre professionals, actors and writers. Taking in incredible locations, unusual histories and vital communities, this is a testament to thriving in unlikely circumstances, asking what theatre can teach us today about what it means to be together. The author visits Theatre Royal Bath, The Minack, The Rose, Tom Thumb Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Contact Theatre Manchester, Mull''s Comar, Battersea Arts Centre, The Theatre of Small Conveniences, Slunglow Hub, Morecambe Palace Gardens and many more.
Synopsis: Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die is a love letter to British theatre.Join Amber Massie-Blomfield as she veers off the beaten track to discover the pasts and present of the UK's most unique performance spaces. Taking in incredible locations, unusual histories and vital communities, this is a testament to thriving in unlikely circumstances, asking what theatre can teach us today about what it means to be together.In a journey informed by a lifelong passion, Massie-Blomfield visits Theatre Royal Bath, The Minack, The Rose, Tom Thumb Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Contact Theatre Manchester, Mull's Comar, Battersea Arts Centre, The Theatre of Small Conveniences, Slunglow Hub, Morecambe Palace Gardens, Berkshire's Watermill, Edinburgh's Summerhall and the building-site of Chester's new venue.
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