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  • Kathryn Golding’s blog | Write to Play year 5

      *This blog includes strong language* For me, a great play leaves me asking questions. So, we left high off the success of the monologues at Soho Theatre and, after a cup of tea and a jammie dodger, I had time to reflect on how what we’d done. The five of us had each written […]

  • Work experience

      Last week we had two students from Richard Cloudesley School spend the day with us to observe on our Ensemble rehearsals. Here’s what they had to say… “We are Felix and Georgia, students from Richard Cloudesley School. We were here last week and we watched the Ensemble artists reading their scripts, Georgia has performed […]

  • This Is Not For You diary

    Mark Brown – Full company training week My name is Mark Brown and I’m a Blesma member having been injured in a road traffic accident whilst serving with the 1st Battalion Queens Lancashire Regiment. I joined the Army as a junior soldier and did my training at Queen Elizabeth Barracks Strensall, near York. Being a […]