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Monday, October 22, 2018

TTG PANTO – A new dame for a new year

Pantomime is a Christmas tradition. Oh no, it isn’t! Oh yes, it is! In Gibraltar, it isn’t! In fact, in Gibraltar it has become...

MAKING THEM WEEP – Mark Dallison: feels good to be baddie!

“Maybe because I am tall, maybe because of my pulling faces, maybe because of my ornate Captain Hook costume, but it worked! I scared...

PLAYFUL HEALING – Too much drama in your life? Act it...

The first fully qualified dramatherapist in Gibraltar, Nyree Turnock Robinson is introducing the local community to a novel mental hygiene method applied in schools,...

FROM DANCE TO THEATRE – Erica relishes the stage

A versatile performer who can feel equally at ease with dancing, her first and lifelong passion, and acting, her relatively newfound talent, Erica McGrail...

LIFE IN A WHEELCHAIR – When there’s Wheels, there is a...

A way around it. Maybe the long way around it, but eventually people with disabilities will find the way to override hurdles, and that...

SAMANTHA IN CHARACTER – From ‘Constellations’ to ‘Contractions’

Last year’s Drama Festival revelation Samantha Barrass returns to tread the prestigious boards this month in the Trafalgar Theatre Group production ‘Contractions’, a one-act...

ROBIN HOOD & THE THREE KINGS – Nadine talks panto and...

Oh no, she didn’t! Oh yes, she did! After some twenty years spent consolidating the pantomime tradition in Gibraltar with the Trafalgar Theatre Group,...