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REVIEW: Marching on Together at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Reviewing London theatre, you see a lot. A lot of intelligent interpretations of ancient writing. A lot of brilliant musicals that have transferred from across the pond. A lot of new and exciting writing about the challenges of life, of love, and of death. But...

INTERVIEW: Adam Hughes, Writer of Marching on Together

Playwright - Adam Hughes Director - Joshua McTaggart The easiest way to describe Adam Hughes would probably be as an up-and-coming, award winning playwright, proud West Yorkshire lad and dedicated Leeds United fan. Pandering perfectly to the stereotype that he later goes on to shatter, I interrupted...

LOOK AHEAD: Marching on Together at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Playwright - Adam Hughes Director - Joshua McTaggart It's Leeds, it's the height of the football season in 1984, and it’s carnage. West Yorkshire miners are on strike and football hooliganism is rife, with bitter battles being fought on both the picket line and the touchline. Macca,...