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Amy Taylor

Bio

I'm a freelance copywriter and journalist, you can find me wherever there is coffee.

Personal Website

www.thetaylortrash.com

29 Apr 2016

The Iliad


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The classic poem reimagined for the stage.

3 Feb 2016

8 Nov 2015

Tipping the Velvet


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Sarah Wade’s unforgettable novel becomes a mesmerising theatrical production.

5 Oct 2015

My Name Is…


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A faultless piece of verbatim theatre that goes behind the headlines.


Kontomble


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Well-intentioned and thoughtful start to this season’s A Play, A Pie and A Pint

27 Apr 2015

The Straw Chair


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Rarely seen play set on remote St. Kilda is rich with relevance about the place of women in society

17 Oct 2014

Shivers


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David Cronenberg’s unsettling and almost prophetic debut feature is undoubtedly a ’70s horror, but its themes remain timeless.

6 Oct 2014

The Visitor


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Universally panned upon its release in 1979, this Italian cult classic might just be the ultimate midnight movie.

21 Sep 2014

Night of the Comet


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An exceptional post-apocalyptic parody that shows horror doesn’t have to take itself too seriously.

11 May 2014

Pressure


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The story of the Scottish meteorologist whose intimate knowledge of the British climate helped bring about the end of WWII.

11 Mar 2014

The Stuff


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The 80s horror film about a delicious pudding that contains more than unwanted calories.

10 Mar 2014

Hell Comes to Frogtown


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The cult 80s action movie in which mutant frogs have taken over the world and only one person can help.


Hellgate


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An instantly forgettable B-Movie best avoided by true fans of the horror genre.

13 Oct 2013

The Phantom Carriage


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A look back at the classic piece of Swedish silent cinema directed by Victor Sjöström.

27 Sep 2013

The Collection


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An emotional insight into the troubling psychology of those who prey on the weak and impoverished.