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Articles By Bella Todd

Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear the Musical, National Theatre review – gleefully subversive family musical

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Girl from the North Country, Old Vic review – Dylan songs hit home, the rest is weirdness

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Meow Meow's Souvenir, Brighton Festival review – subversive but evocative new song-cycle

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No Dogs, No Indians, Brighton Festival review – poor production shoulders too big a task

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Half A Sixpence, Chichester Festival Theatre

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Ross, Chichester Festival Theatre

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Brighton Festival: Digging for Shakespeare, Roedale Allotments

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Brighton Festival: Tindersticks, Brighton Dome

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Brighton Festival: Operation Black Antler, secret location

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An Enemy of the People, Chichester Festival Theatre

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Travels with My Aunt, Chichester Festival Theatre

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We Made It: Aerial Net Sculptures

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We Made It: Ballet shoe creator Genevieve Smith-Nunes

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We Made It: Stage Technician Tom Robinson

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Cat's Eyes live score for The Duke of Burgundy, Brighton Dome

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Like Rabbits, Corn Exchange, Brighton

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