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New blogs from great theatre makers

I come back from Japan and discover two new blogs from people whose work I greatly admire.

OK, so Chris Goode seems to have been blogging for a while and I’ve just been slow.

David Eldridge is a genuine October starter. Both create great theatre and both – from what I can tell – have blogs worth reading.

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2 Responses to “New blogs from great theatre makers”

  1. David Eldridge on October 19th, 2006

    Thanks for the note of support Ben and well done on your recent gong… (BTW – Natalie Uninterrupted is my sister-in-law so thanks for encouraging her blog too)

  2. Ben Yeoh on October 22nd, 2006

    Thank you.I hope you have fun blogging and manage to keep it up – they say a huge number of blogs only make it to a month or so before disappearing…

  • About me

    I'm a playwright and investment analyst. I have a broad range of interests: food, gardening, innovation & intellectual property, sustainability, architecture & design, writing and the arts. I sit on the board of Talawa Theatre Company and advise a CIS investment trust on socially responsible investments.

  • Recent Work

    Recent plays include, for theatre: Nakamitsu, Yellow Gentlemen, Lost in Peru, Lemon Love. For radio: Places in Between (R4), Patent Breaking Life Saving (WS).

  • Nakamitsu

  • Yellow Gentlemen