Interviews

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Louise Orwin’s piece of feminist experimental theatre, ‘A Girl and A Gun’, recently ran at Nottingham Playhouse. We spoke to her about

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In anticipation of his upcoming show at Uni Park’s own Lakeside Arts Centre, Impact Arts spoke to Mark Thomas about Edinburgh

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With a new musical, Like Clockwork, premiering at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer, Impact Arts spoke to director and co-writer, Dominic

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Impact Arts spoke with Margaret Jean Taylor, author of My World in Rhyme, on her experiences of writing her collection of

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 Impact Arts spoke to William Thacker, author of Lingua Franca, on his experiences of writing his book and also some

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To celebrate Midsummer and the RSC’s inventive way of celebrating this, in the form of The Fairy Portal Camp, Impact Arts spoke

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Business Insider recently named Legacy Russell as one of their coolest women in UK tech. Hailing from New York’s East Village,

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To celebrate Shakespeare and The Play for the Nation, Impact Arts caught up with the six actors and their directors

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Following The Tempest‘s fantastic reviews, Impact Arts spoke to the production’s director, Chris Trueman, and producer, Emma Kendall, about all things Shakespeare.

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Following on from our chat with the director of Lakeside’s production of Oedipus, Impact Arts also spoke to members of