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Latest Blog Posts

Guest blog: The Fever

Paola Dionisotti performs in The Fever by Wallace Shawn, directed by James Robert Carson, at The Barnfield Theatre Studio on Sunday 04 August at 7pm.

Guest Blog: Ben Santa Maria on Really Want to Hurt Me

This question’s been on my mind about LGBTQ quality of life in the UK for many years. One massive step forward – we can be ourselves out in the world like never before. But what about the news reports of attacks being on the rise again? Two steps back?

Guest Blog: Running Out

Jake’s running out of time…and that’s never been a problem for him before…

Guest Blog: Downstage Write

It started out as a random crazy thought. I’m walking down a road in London in August 2017 and a young guy is sat at a typewriter. The cardboard sign in front of him says ‘POEMS. £1’.

Guest Blog: Victoria Sherwood on Peacocking!

A comedy show about dating in the 21st century, particularly looking at online dating … current, relatable and very funny! Everyone at some point in their lives has had a bizarre or terrible date, whether that be through awkwardly walking up to someone in a bar or meeting a stranger from a dating site and hoping they aren’t a secret assassin.

Guest Blog: Richard Lindesay from the International Joke Off

Richard Lindesay's show The International Joke Off takes place at The Barnfield Theatre on Friday 26 July at 9pm. In 2017 I moved from London out toward the lovely South West of the UK, and started getting involved in the local comedy scenes. My style of comedy is...

Guest Blog: Katie Villa on creating ‘Wild’

Katie Villa’s show WILD will be at The Barnfield Theatre on Tues 30 July at 7pm & Wed 31 July at 2pm (Baby Friendly performance). Here’s a guest blog she wrote for Exeter Fringe Festival.