Terri’s Blogs

I blog here several times a week. Generally, on theatre-related matters – including Recommendations from shows I’ve seen recently – and occasionally on more personal subjects. All views are my own.

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From Page to Stage Q&A podcast and photos: How is the international scene changing for new musicals?

From Page to Stage runs at The Other Palace until 3 September 2017 Two years ago, I chaired the opening night discussion at the third annual From Page to Stage festival of new [...]

  • Sheila Atim & Shirley Henderson in Girl from the North Country; Ilan Galkoff and The Diary of Adrian Mole cast
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    Musicals diary: Spoonful of Sherman, Adrian Mole, Girl from the North Country

Musicals diary: Spoonful of Sherman, Adrian Mole, Girl from the North Country

Sheila Atim & Shirley Henderson in Girl from the North Country; Ilan Galkoff and The Diary of Adrian Mole cast Most of nights last week was devoted to just one play, Preethi Nair's [...]

  • Clockwise from top: Around the World in 80 Days, Flood and The Wasp.
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    My plays diary: Sari, Around the World in 80 Days, The Wasp, Flood

My plays diary: Sari, Around the World in 80 Days, The Wasp, Flood

Clockwise from top: Around the World in 80 Days, Flood and The Wasp. My plays diary this week isn't terribly varied. I'm spending most nights at the Tristan Bates Theatre, all in aid of [...]

  • Dan Crawford features on the wall at the King's Head. © Jonny Fielding
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    Would founder Dan Crawford approve of the King’s Head’s big move?

Would founder Dan Crawford approve of the King’s Head’s big move?

Dan Crawford features on the wall at the King's Head. © Jonny Fielding The King’s Head Theatre attracted widespread coverage this week for its announcement that it is moving out of the King’s [...]

Counting Sheep and top-notch bloggers

James Groom & Ciaran Lonsdale star in Dave Cantor's Sheep premiere I’ve had issues with sleep – or rather lack of sleep – since I was a teenager. I won’t be an insomnia [...]

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    Q&A podcast and photos: Is Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew inherently misogynistic?

Q&A podcast and photos: Is Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew inherently misogynistic?

My first all-female panel: Talking gender politics with Lazarus Theatre and guests Is Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew inherently misogynistic? Particularly with its treatment of spirited Kate, the Shrew of the title, [...]