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Here is a first look at our @BBC1 #TheSalisburyPoisonings trailer coming out on three consecutive nights from 14th June written by the wonderful @DecLawn and #AdamPatterson and directed by the wonderful #SaulDibb. Please share. We’re proud of it. https://t.co/KUTsjUkNlm
THREAD: Over the last 3 days, I have cried myself to a fitful sleep. I’m a reporter which means I can’t say everything I want but I will say this: Imagine being in elementary school & your teachers telling your mom how scared they were of you when you walked in class. As a child.
@ObiomaUgoala Had the particular thought about classrooms all week. Created a list of plays (as theatre is my area) from and about black and brown (south asian) peope that GCSE level kids might relate to. Please share.. https://t.co/3JPLuUo7fY
“SO YOU DON’T LIKE RACISM, BUT YOU’RE IN THE UK AND FEEL POWERLESS TO DO ANYTHING?” I have had several conversations with friends who have recently felt powerless as to what they can/should be doing in response to some of the atrocities in the US. Here are some ideas. 1/?
Spent the day in Oxfordshire talking to carers They tell a tale of the mistakes of this crisis, how the differences between expensive care homes and more modest ones and good and bad companies help determine who lives and who dies for both residents and carers. Thread.
You deserved your breath, your dignity, your life. Not to die in the street, murdered by a white cop’s knee on your neck. You deserve our tears, our prayers, our rage, our action. We must act - for you - and for all of those were no cameras are present. We must. #GeorgeFloyd https://t.co/JeMNUtkXv6
Free theatre! In your living room. Politics isn’t very dramatic right now, as we know. So I cannot tell you how excited we are to digitally revive THIS HOUSE, my play about the Really Quite Mad 1970s hung Parliament.. Watch along at 7pm tomorrow. @NationalTheatre’s YouTube https://t.co/Rj2e0ho1Kx