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30.07.10 The Guardian Online  
  Review: 24/7 Festival, Manchester

The great thing about theatregoing in Manchester is that you can now choose plays to suit your attention span. more>>

30.07.10 The Public Reviews  
  Reviews: Several Shows

Click on show name to read the review : The Bluest Blue, The Fading Hum, Hatch, Islanders, Reeling, The Inconsistent Whisper of Insanity, Make Believe, No View From The Window, Pawn, Sheepish

30.07.10 Becky Want  
  Radio Interview: 24/7 Festival, Manchester

Interview starts around 2hrs and 5 minutes into the programme .more>>

30.07.10 Remote Goat  
  Review: The Bluest Blue

Positivity is the feeling you take with you after seeing The Bluest Blue, written by Paul Osborne and directed with calmness and style by Paul Stonehouse. more>>

30.07.10 The British Theatre Guide  
  Reviews: All Shows

Click on show name to read the review : The Bluest Blue, The Fading Hum, Hatch, The Inconsistent Whisper of Insanity, Islanders, Make Believe, No View From The Window, Pawn, Reeling, Sheepish

30.07.10 (allfm)96.9  
  Artbeat Podcast 250710

ANDREW EDWARDS talks to people involved in the 24 7 Theatre Festival which opens on Monday 26th July. more>>

30.07.10 (allfm)96.9  
  Artbeat Podcast 250710

ANDREW EDWARDS talks to people involved in the 24 7 Theatre Festival which opens on Monday 26th July. more>>

25.07.10 The Guardian  
  Preview: 24/7 Festival, Manchester

How do fledgling writers learn their craft? By seeing their plays rehearsed and staged before an audience, more>>

25.07.10 The Bolton News  
  Preview: City gears up for 24:7 theatre festival

WHILE the rest of the arts world might be gearing up for the Edinburgh Fringe, in Manchester they are preparing for their own annual theatre festival with a twist. more>>

25.07.10 The York Press  
  Preview: The Bluest Blue

Have you ever had a chance meeting with a stranger and found that you had more in common than you first thought? more>>

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