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Tom & Paul

Paul and Tom working on laptops

P.s. Here’s a little video from some of our workshop participants, as a token of their appreciation..

 

 

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Rosemary Browning

£30.00 October 15, 2021

As discussed with Thomas Dixon

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£15.00 October 4, 2021
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Douglas Johnson

£50.00 October 4, 2021

Saw Macbeth in Cawdor. Blown away by the show and your energy under 'challenging' conditions . And also by your cycling feats and… Read more

Saw Macbeth in Cawdor. Blown away by the show and your energy under 'challenging' conditions . And also by your cycling feats and environmental ethos.
Good luck and hopefully see you again in Scotland next year

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£1,000.00 September 23, 2021
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Annie Bethell

£15.00 August 19, 2021

Donation for a wonderful Importance of Being Earnest in Sheffield

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Grace Waxman

£20.00 August 19, 2021

Just got home from seeing the importance of being earnest in heeley park, Sheffield. It was the most I’ve laughed in a long time, though… Read more

Just got home from seeing the importance of being earnest in heeley park, Sheffield. It was the most I’ve laughed in a long time, though it was great. Look forward to seeing another play soon!

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£5.00 August 18, 2021
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Sophie Milner

£35.00 August 18, 2021

Thanks for a great show in Sheffield last night. We loved it!!

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£35.00 August 17, 2021
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Jon Wainwright

£100.00 August 12, 2021

Saw the brilliant Macbeth last night for the second time after first seeing it in Diss, this time beneath the walls of Hexham Abbey. The… Read more

Saw the brilliant Macbeth last night for the second time after first seeing it in Diss, this time beneath the walls of Hexham Abbey. The heavy showers might have dampened an average production but not this one, which kept the kids and seasoned Shakespeare goers alike agog. "When shall we three meet again?" Hopefully in less rain, and deserving a big audience!

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Angela Reed

£11.00 August 9, 2021
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Tim Price

£25.00 August 5, 2021

Keep up the good work encouraging particularly young people to express themselves creatively

The HandleBards cheering with a bicycle and a trailer