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of Leeds and author of A Synopsis of the Nativity and Infancy Narratives, 2016. Carol Atack is a post-doctoral researcher on the Anachronism and Antiquity project at the University of Oxford. Lucy Atkins is an award-winning author, feature journalist and book critic. Her most recent novel is The Night Visitor, 2017. Suzannah V. Evans is Reviews Editor for the Compass. Lara Feigel teaches English at
Felicity Powell (London: The British Museum Press, 2009), pp.33–7. ‘Assymetries in the Bush’ was first published in Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, special issue on ecopoetics, ed. Kate Fagan, John Kinsella and Peter Minter, Vol.14, No.2 (2009), pp.85–91. ‘The Folding Telescope and Many Other Virtues of Bruno Schulz’ was first published in The Kenyon Review Vol.XXXIII, No.3 (Summer
are free to change the day, move things around.’ Rosendale Primary School, West Dulwich ‘When we decided to move away from ability grouping we were aware we needed to replace it with something,’ says Kate Atkins, head of Rosendale Primary School in West
heavily when Comic Relief held its inaugural fundraising shows on three consecutive nights at the Shaftesbury Theatre in April. The Comic Relief shows included performances from Howard Jones and Kate Bush, while Geldof joined Midge Ure in leading the cast in a stripped-down version of Do They Know It’s Christmas?, as well as standing in for Cliff Richard on a performance of Living Doll with the
.co.uk/reviews H a r l a n Jack Lowden and Hayley Atwell Composer: Michael Bruce Director: Josie Rourke Design: Peter McKintosh (set), Howard Harrison (lighting), Emma Laxton (sound) Technical: Kate West (production manager), Henrietta Curtis (company stage manager), Mary Hely (deputy stage manager), Alastair Coomer (casting) Cast includes: Hayley Atwell, Ben Allen, Matt Bardock, Nicholas Burns
create an online database of female theatre composers to showcase the “wealth of talent” in the UK. It also aims to collect data that can be used to encourage change. It is being set up by composer Kate Marlais, who was inspired to take action after becoming frustrated with the uphill struggle of being a woman in the profession. Research conducted by The Stage last year found that just 9% of West
COMING EVENTS Great Britain Royal Opera, Covent Garden. The 2017-18 season continues with Lohengrin. With Jennifer Davis, Christine Goerke, Klaus Florian Vogt, Konu Kim, Thomas Atkins, Thomas J. Mayer, Gyula Nagy, Georg Zeppenfeld, Kostas Smoraginas, Simon Shibambu, c. Andris Nelsons, p. David Alden, d. Paul Steinberg and Gideon Davey. July 1m Don Giovanni. With Rachel Willis-