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Lyn Gardner


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4/15 @ 10:47 AM
lyngardner - Handbagged review – Playful speculation on Thatcher's meetings with the Queen http://t.co/iOC5km8zJI
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4/15 @ 9:09 AM
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4/15 @ 9:00 AM
lyngardner - Behind most great actors there's a great drama teacher http://t.co/2ueMy91mH3 via @guardian
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4/10 @ 3:47 AM
lyngardner - Theatre bars and cafes: tell us your best and worst http://t.co/7fQWyuwM2L via @guardian
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4/8 @ 12:49 PM
lyngardner - Let the Right One In five-star review – 'Exquisitely beautiful staging' http://t.co/RgiweBdj6i via @guardian
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4/7 @ 10:02 AM
lyngardner - Apollo theatre reopening: the West End must be fit for purpose http://t.co/VgQsxckfbE via @guardian
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4/4 @ 9:40 AM
lyngardner - This week's new theatre http://t.co/oBzMfGoz4U via @guardian
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4/4 @ 7:05 AM
lyngardner - Martin Freeman plays Richard 111 in Jamie Lloyd season at Trafalgar Studios from July 1.
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4/4 @ 3:28 AM
lyngardner - Children's theatre grows up at Purni Morell's magical Unicorn http://t.co/ZEmJHTgxiw via @guardian
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4/3 @ 5:05 PM
lyngardner - An ice cream at Trafalgar Studios costs £4.50. That's not cool.
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4/3 @ 11:59 AM
lyngardner - Children's theatre grows up at Purni Morell's magical Unicorn http://t.co/ZEmJHTgxiw via @guardian
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4/3 @ 9:11 AM
lyngardner - Pests review – 'Sizzles, skitters and explodes across the stage' http://t.co/qWYZimRUUe via @guardian
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4/3 @ 9:10 AM
lyngardner - Fancy a spot of lunchtime theatre? http://t.co/KGAMM9nA0G via @guardian
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4/3 @ 5:30 AM
lyngardner - Most people want local arts funding to triple, poll reveals : News : The Stage http://t.co/wejEmLAFGX via @twitterapi
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4/3 @ 5:25 AM
lyngardner - Disused Govanhill baths become art venue – in pictures http://t.co/swMVqKyRLi via @guardian
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4/2 @ 11:31 AM
lyngardner - Mauritian student Yashika Bageerathi to be deported within hours http://t.co/Cmn7gY3Tpv via @guardian
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4/2 @ 9:16 AM
lyngardner - This show is just so lovely. The Velveteen Rabbit review – 'A show with brain and heart' http://t.co/9eJlW2mA8o via @guardian
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4/2 @ 2:35 AM
lyngardner - 'Unplug the unnecessary': the Chill Pill poetry collective on Earth Hour – video http://t.co/pxWB2DnGJX via @guardian
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4/1 @ 9:47 AM
lyngardner - Lyn Gardner: Students help theatre to graduate to another level http://t.co/PY4DqKYLI7 via @guardian
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4/1 @ 7:58 AM
lyngardner - Clearly Titus not so popular. Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite Titus Andronicus? http://t.co/AXoXGCUYlM via @guardian
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4/1 @ 2:43 AM
lyngardner - The Nine O'Clock Slot review – 'Bravely unflinching about death' http://t.co/ZpGLERRBq6 via @guardian
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4/1 @ 2:42 AM
lyngardner - Chief executives: the power behind the theatrical throne http://t.co/5MzOl5JwJc via @guardian
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4/1 @ 2:37 AM
lyngardner - Home @ntSHED is wonderful, heart-breaking & uplifting. A very different portrait of the young and at risk at time housing benefit being cut
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3/31 @ 9:57 AM
lyngardner - Chief executives: the power behind the theatrical throne http://t.co/5MzOl5JwJc via @guardian
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3/31 @ 8:13 AM
lyngardner - Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite Richard III? http://t.co/J3gxGQjFgj via @guardian
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3/31 @ 3:27 AM
lyngardner - Broadchurch writer Chris Chibnall on why regional theatre must speak directly to its audiences http://t.co/gA98Yyy2PB via @guardian
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3/30 @ 3:29 PM
lyngardner - La Meute review – 'family-friendly acrobatic tomfoolery' http://t.co/sthSpk9bvB via @guardian
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3/29 @ 3:42 AM
lyngardner - Cløwns and Queens review – 'A constantly shifting dance of desire' http://t.co/OyCjoKsU1o via @guardian
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3/29 @ 3:40 AM
lyngardner - Broadchurch's Chris Chibnall: Keeping it local: regional theatre must speak directly to its audiences http://t.co/gA98Yyy2PB via @guardian
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3/28 @ 11:45 AM
lyngardner - Cløwns and Queens review – 'A constantly shifting dance of desire' http://t.co/OyCjoKsU1o via @guardian
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3/28 @ 10:11 AM
lyngardner - This week's new theatre http://t.co/V1yfz92HU0 via @guardian
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3/28 @ 10:10 AM
lyngardner - This is going to be epic. The best Shakespeare productions – picked by Michael Billington and you http://t.co/g1sGh9RWtp via @guardian
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