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Save Lyn Gardner’s Theatre Blog

As of 1 Apr 2017, Lyn Gardner’s contract to write 150 blogs a year will end due to Guardian cuts. The theatre blog is respected for national reach, support for rural, small-scale and touring theatre, alternative performance artforms, and a forward looking perspective. Lyn will continue to write reviews and 28,000 words of features.

The wisdom and insight lost will be deeply felt by the whole theatre community: audiences, artists, companies, makers, and venues alike.

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JNValente
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18 Aug
A delicate gem; #NassimThePlay @traversetheatre. Unorthodox storytelling at its finest. Can’t wait to catch it again @bushtheatre this Sept
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18 Aug
So thankful to have seen #NassimThePlay @bushtheatre with @JosieLong - so moving and well, just brilliant. A very special piece of theatre.
Sophie Curtis
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18 Aug
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18 Aug
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