Readers of LTB may have noticed a few changes on the site of late. The following is a brief outline of site updates. Real time comments Real time comments have been in circulation in the blogosphere for nigh on two … Continued
After weeks of testing and fine-tuning I’m pleased to announce that this site is finally ready for its official launch! So it is with great pride and pleasure that I give you London Theatre Blog, a blog devoted to the … Continued
Highly acclaimed American playwright David Mamet is a blogger over on Ariana Huffington’s empire of the left. When I was first perusing the ‘Huffington Post’ (Ariana Huffington, one of few people to name a ‘newspaper’ after themselves and get away … Continued
Ubuweb is one the most dense repositories of freely accessible avant-garde art collections on the Internet today.
Con-v is a site about experimental electronics - electroacoustics - minimalism - phonography - improvisation - sound art - unmusic.
First of all a note to all radio listeners (non-listeners this is your chance to tune in), playwright Benjamin Yeoh, author of Yellow Gentleman will have his play Patent Breaking Life Saving broadcast on the BBC Worldservice, December 2nd 2006 at … Continued
Blogging also has its moments of elation when your work gains recognition from peers.
I’m pleased to announce that London Theatre Blog has been accepted into the 9rules Network as part of round 5 additions. 9rules is a US blogging network that highlights a wide array of English language-based content with topics ranging from … Continued
Outside Edge Theatre Company will be presenting pilot performances of Burning Maps – a journey which takes us across time and continents and, through the stories of its people, examines the very roots of drug addiction, and exposes its tragic … Continued
“Nearly 200 arts organisations, including 37 theatre companies, have been told they are to lose all revenue funding from Arts Council England, in the bloodiest cull in ACE’s 61-year history.” This petition is directed at the ACE in protest at … Continued