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Lyn Gardner


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9/1 @ 9:16 AM
lyngardner - I shall miss running into Charles Spencer at the theatre. A kind man. I may not have agreed, but I always enjoyed reading him.
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9/1 @ 9:14 AM
lyngardner - Wingman review – mending a father-son relationship with rhyme http://t.co/r2KyGF2jhI via @guardian
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9/1 @ 9:12 AM
lyngardner - Michael Kustow obituary http://t.co/uKVxkiQxk6 via @guardian
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9/1 @ 9:11 AM
lyngardner - Plan your week's theatre: top tickets http://t.co/jVvvi3NBhK via @guardian
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8/31 @ 3:17 AM
lyngardner - How to be a critic http://t.co/UHSVz5TF9e via @guardian
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8/24 @ 1:11 AM
lyngardner - The passion of Pina Bausch: Sweet Mambo at the Edinburgh festival 2014 – in pictures http://t.co/6KxIuVQTcw via @guardian
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8/23 @ 1:44 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014: a big hand for the audience http://t.co/PCVye1ZJ4P via @guardian
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8/23 @ 1:39 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: A Slight Ache – Pinter's struggles lack power http://t.co/yX8tO1N2uR via @guardian
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8/23 @ 1:37 AM
lyngardner - This week’s new theatre http://t.co/z63mLwXh02 via @guardian
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8/22 @ 5:09 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: Bromance – engaging and likable circus http://t.co/RTaB2S1GPP via @guardian
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8/22 @ 5:07 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Circa – Beyond opens the door to a secret world http://t.co/wFPgAFE4r7 via @guardian
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8/22 @ 5:07 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014: a big hand for the audience http://t.co/bYdUyMOpei via @guardian
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8/22 @ 3:43 AM
lyngardner - Ben Walters and I do a double act. How to be a critic http://t.co/UHSVz5TF9e via @guardian
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8/22 @ 3:39 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Bianco – NoFit State are manipulative but potent http://t.co/jSzXr0alNt via @guardian
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8/22 @ 3:37 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014: Murdo MacLeod’s best shots, from Paxo to Pascoe http://t.co/ltfWBeiE7A via @guardian
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8/21 @ 12:24 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Circus Incognitus – a little beauty http://t.co/ychtoXwGUP via @guardian
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8/21 @ 12:21 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: Kim Noble – exploring the sweet sadness of existence http://t.co/OhySsiBvQJ via @guardian
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8/21 @ 3:36 AM
lyngardner - Kim Noble: You're not Alone @Traverse Provocative, shocking, tender and essential viewing
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8/21 @ 1:40 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014: ignore the naysayers, the spirit of the fringe is alive and well http://t.co/MQQvoWO1Pz via @guardian
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8/21 @ 1:39 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: The Closure of Craig Solly – Russell Kane in unnerving form http://t.co/L3hyaFm1iD via @guardian
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8/21 @ 1:38 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: Merry Christmas, Ms Meadows – too many issues, not enough drama http://t.co/xq04cFt1hm via @guardian
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8/20 @ 12:58 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014: ignore the naysayers, the spirit of the fringe is alive and well http://t.co/o4xwxGbRKL via @guardian
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8/20 @ 12:40 PM
lyngardner - I'm quite immune to clowning but I loved Circus Incognitus at New Town Theatre on George Street. Very clever show
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8/20 @ 10:43 AM
lyngardner - How to be a critic http://t.co/NUirFBuQAF via @guardian
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8/20 @ 10:39 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: The Closure of Craig Solly – Russell Kane in unnerving form http://t.co/L3hyaFm1iD via @guardian
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8/20 @ 10:38 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: Near Gone – one brave study of grief http://t.co/e9rIX6pn2u via @guardian
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8/20 @ 10:37 AM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014: ignore the naysayers, the spirit of the fringe is alive and well http://t.co/MQQvoWO1Pz via @guardian
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8/20 @ 4:18 AM
lyngardner - Christeene @Followthecow promises foul hilarity and queer perversion. She delivers, but she's also a bit of sweetheart too
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8/19 @ 1:41 PM
lyngardner - Good to see a new young UK circus company in Bromance @FollowTheCow It's young work but some really terrific moments in engaging show
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8/19 @ 1:21 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Black Faggot – rough-and-ready agitprop http://t.co/In7uPRZ5th via @guardian
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8/19 @ 1:19 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014: tips for the final week http://t.co/jxgYoXGXpv via @guardian
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8/19 @ 1:18 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh 2014 review: Last Christmas – a cracker of a monologue http://t.co/KstbMKIvRn via @guardian
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8/19 @ 1:17 PM
lyngardner - Edinburgh festival 2014 review: No Guts, No Heart, No Glory – full of sweaty, sweary joy http://t.co/RXVOEvTIkM via @guardian
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8/19 @ 3:35 AM
lyngardner - Loved the way the teenage girls in No Guts, No Heart, No Glory really own the material as they box their way forward.
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8/18 @ 3:32 PM
lyngardner - Richard Herring's I Killed Rasputin: a farcical history lesson – Edinburgh festival 2014 review http://t.co/JoqvOdO54h via @guardian
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