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Opening spaces: The Print Room

November 20, 2010


Getting a theatre up and running is a tricky business. As well as the obvious challenges such as raising funds (a particularly daunting prospect these days), obtaining a licence and attracting audiences, there are the unforeseen problems that crop up along the way. Lucy Bailey and Anda Winters opened The Print Room, a new 80-seat […]


November 12, 2010


Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Fabrication (Affabulazione), translated by Gillian Hannah and adapted by Jamie McKendrick, has never before been performed in the UK – and it launches The Print Room, the new not-for-profit Notting Hill theatre that is the brainchild of director Lucy Bailey and designer Anda Winters. As a declaration of intent for the new […]


November 4, 2010


There is something comforting about doctors. Even if they are unable to reassure you that nothing is wrong, they can provide you with answers; they can name your problem and in doing so bring welcome definition to the shapeless fear of the unknown that has been nagging away at you. And in the case of […]