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Cuddles: A Rehearsed Reading

by Catherine Edwards on May 4th, 2012

I’ve just lost an entire blog post here, which is a little frustrating. I’m using a different pc, so it’s possible and no doubt likely that I pressed a seemingly innocuous button that chose to delete everything in sight. I think it was disguised as “Post Blog”. So anyway, here’s the gist of it:

  • Saw a rehearsed reading of Joseph Wilde’s Cuddles in a pub theatre in Bristol on Wednesday. It was ace.
  • Although the drinkers looked a little confused when the house opened and people were invited upstairs for “Cuddles”
  • Good to see the play up on its feet for the first time. Strong performances and visual metaphors – look forward to seeing it with full design.
  • It’s a bit long still.
  • Fab to see theatre tackling the horror genre
  • Go and see it if you liked the following:

Rosemary’s Baby
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?

It’s on at the following times:

Friday 25th May, 9pm
Saturday 26th May, 7.30pm
Sunday 27th May, 4pm
Book Here



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One Comment
  1. It was great to finally take my producer hat off and start to get Cuddles up on its feet. We had such a supportive audience with some interesting and very productive feedback- Joe has re written like crazy and we are starting to find a shape for the Capital run- exciting stuff- do come and see us at the Festival.

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