By Hazel Darwin-Edwards. A Starcatchers theatre review.
I HAVE a vivid childhood memory of an episode of Bill and Ben in which the two flowerpot men left their usual patch of land and ventured through a door in the garden wall. Something about it stayed with me. It was partly the breaking of a tiresome routine, partly a sense of danger and transgression, but more importantly, I think, it was the sense of possibility. Who knows what imaginative vistas will open up once you step beyond the familiar?
12 May 2011 The Guardian
YOU can't fault the Imaginate children's theatre festival for variety. On Monday alone, you could see tutus for two-year-olds, postmodern Irish storytelling for the over-sevens and a through-composed Philip Pullman adaptation.
29 October 2008 Northings, Hi-Arts Journal
SORRY, too late. If you're able to read this, you're no longer in the market for Little Light. Quite considerably beyond it, in fact.
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