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Theatrefullstop Presents… The Theatre & Technology Awards 2017

Theatrefullstop will be introducing the Theatre & Technology Awards next October. Technology, without a second thought is apart of our lives, and it plays a very important role. This couldn’t be more evident in the world of theatre, and the belief is that this should be highlighted.



The Theatre and Technology Awards will acknowledge the very best in a range of fields, with a total of 12 categories, which are:

Best Blog
Best Website
Best Sound Design
Best Lighting Design
Best PR company
Best PodcastBest Trailer
Best online streaming/cinema platform Best Trailer
Best Photographer
Best Poster Design
Best Playtext publisher
Best Projections

A website is currently in the process of being created, alongside a logo to represent the awards which will be launched in July 2016 to celebrate Theatrefullstop’s third birthday. The website will give readers an opportunity to find out more about the awards and how they can get involved. Theatrefullstop are glad to announce 2 sponsors;  Billetto UK, the go to online ticketing website for the latest trendy events and Projected Image, a gobo manufacturer devoted to creating the very best designs. Tiata Fahodzi‘s Artistic Director Natalie Ibu, About Time Magazine‘s  Editor-In-Chief Angelica Malin, Tamassy Creative‘s Creative Director  Taiyo Nagano, UK Blog Awards‘ Managing Director Gemma Newton and Triforce Promotions‘ Company Director Minnie Crowe have also been confirmed as judges.

This is a very exciting venture for Theatrefullstop, and the aim is to spread the word and ultimately celebrate those individuals and companies that are enhancing the theatrical experience both on and off the stage by using technology.



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I Know All the Secrets In My World @ The Little House Review (Latitude Festival)

A typical family? What does that even mean? The nuclear family? Mother, father, son and daughter? A single parent household; mother and daughter? Father and son? Vice versa. The list goes on and on. They say you can’t live with your family, but simultaneously you can’t live without them. The familial structure is a complicated one, especially when you throw in the devastating effects of death.


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The Legend of Hamba @ Old Royal Naval College (GDIF)

Billed as a contemporary African mystery play, The Legend of Hamba, by the UK’s leading African theatre company Tiata Fahodzi is an ephemeral piece of outdoor physical theatre. As part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, the regal locale of the Old Royal Naval College is fitting for a story about the mixed fortunes of a King who loses his crown and is forced into exile.



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