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Chris Grady: Think carefully before venting views on Facebook
By Chris Grady · 24 Oct 2013 · London

In this day and age it's all to easy to post critical comments without thinking who might read them

Chris Grady: Final Edinburgh reflections and recommendations
By Chris Grady · 22 Aug 2013 · Scotland
My last couple of days in Edinburgh (Monday and Tuesday) passed in a whirlwind because, not only was I seeing shows, I was also ensuring that my three guests from the creative industries in ...
Chris Grady: A plea to Edinburgh Fringe companies - print a programme
By Chris Grady · 20 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Good example: Our Friends, The Enemy If you bring a show to Edinburgh then you, usually, ask a lot of favours. The actors are likely to be less than paid, the director will ...
Chris Grady: Edinburgh - getting going
By Chris Grady · 10 Aug 2013 · Scotland
After a slight delay because of animals on the line at York, we sailed into Waverley Station at 2.45pm on Friday and I was in my first show after registration at Fringe Central (lovely team, ...
Chris Grady: A sneak preview of new musicals
By Chris Grady · 1 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Acclaimed composer/orchestrator Jason Carr (Sunday in the Park at the Menier Chocolate Factory) and I were invited to see five new musicals in cabaret/sneak preview last night.We then ...
Chris Grady: London theatre through the eyes of a tourist
By Chris Grady · 11 Jul 2013 · London
Recently I hosted two Japanese business leaders here to understand more of how the British theatre industry works - for one it was his first time in Europe, for another it was a return after ...
Chris Grady: Away from Murray with Russian apples
By Chris Grady · 8 Jul 2013 · Southeast
While all of the world was focussed on the movements of a small yellow ball, I was in an apple orchard in on the North Norfolk coast with a dancer from the Moscow Ballet, two extraordinary ...
Chris Grady: Musical theatre feels like the artform that dare not speak its name
By Chris Grady · 24 Jun 2013 · London
Last week I spent a day with emerging and established musical theatre producers, directors and writers exploring the big issues that need to be tackled.This was a joint venture between Mercury ...
Chris Grady: What can I teach the next generation about governmental attitudes to arts?
By Chris Grady · 17 Jun 2013 · London
What do I teach the next generation of cultural leaders about politicians' and government attitudes to arts? It's a genuine question and I'm at a loss how to tackle it. Chris Grady My ...
Chris Grady: Marking centenaries in Bloomsbury and Aldeburgh
By Chris Grady · 10 Jun 2013 · Southeast
This week I have been at St George's Church in Bloomsbury reflecting on the amazing legacy of the Suffragettes on the 100th anniversary of the day when Emily Wilding Davison threw herself ...

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