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An abundance of scripts - 9th Annual Writefest

Our 9th annual Writefest starts tonight (15th October) and runs until Saturday 18th you can now buy tickets on-line using our new booking system here.As you can imagine with seven separate plays on on...

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Reaching Out

The first in a series of blog posts from our members comes from Shona Pepper, our Graduate InternWelcome to my first blog post at the Progress Theatre! I’m Shona, the Progress Graduate Intern and I...

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Love's Labour's Lost ...And Won, First Night Nerves

This year's open air Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost... And Won opened last Wednesday at Caversham Court Gardens. I was helping on the box-office that night so got a good view of the first night ner...

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The Roses of Eyam backstage

During the dress rehearsal for Roses of Eyam I went backstage to talk to some of the young actors. I found Poppy going over her lines in the dressing room while waiting to go on stage.The busy clutter...

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The 9th Annual WriteFest Selection Announcement

Progress Theatre is pleased to announce the entries selected to be a part of this year's WriteFest

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Shakespeare in the carpark

There are two Progress productions starting in mid-July. Next week I will find out what is happening with Progress Youth Theatre's The Rose's of Eyam but this week I caught up with the open air Love'...

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Producing God of Carnage

Anna Jennings' real love is musical theatre and she joined Progress to take part in Little Shop of Horrors in 2013. She has become very involved in Progress since then, directing in this season's Writ...

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Gatecrashing a God of Carnage rehearsal

I timed my visit to a recent God of Carnage rehearsal just right and was able to watch almost a whole run through. Even with some stopping and starting to rework moves I still found myself gripped by ...

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Not About Heroes get the chairs

This is a tale of two chairs (well three to be precise...) The first is for stage manager Heather Noble. There are only two cast members in Not About Heroes and not much for the stage manager to do on...

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'Not About Heroes' Help Mark the First World War 100th Anniversary

A few weeks ago the Friends of the University ran an event to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War and its impact on Reading and the University. Not About Heroes director, S...

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