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By Orlando on December 21, 2012
Director Yvonne Brewster founded Britain’s most prominent Black theatre company, Talawa, in 1986, in order to produce work that showcased actors from a diversity of racial backgrounds, who were not getting the work they should have been in the large, subsidised theatres.
By tigtog on April 14, 2012
I’ve long made pained expressions whenever I hear that “high school is the best years of your life” pablum expressed, and I was one of those people who did actually have a pretty good time at high school…I know now how lucky I was. After high school, LIFE GETS BETTER.
By Lauredhel on October 1, 2009
Don’t miss Dr Rhonda Galbally on the National Press Club next week! Wednesday 7th October, ABC, 12:30 pm. Excerpt from the NPC website: Dr Galbally will present evidence from Shut Out – a report recently released by the National People with Disabilities and Carer Council. Shut Out provides the first comprehensive picture of what contemporary [...]
By Lauredhel on February 27, 2008
From the 2020 summit site: – Professor Glyn Davis – Chair – Dr David Morgan – Future directions for the Australian economy – Mr Warwick Smith – Economic infrastructure, the digital economy and the future of our cities – Mr Roger Beale AO – Population, sustainability, climate change, and water – Mr Tim Fischer AC [...]
By tigtog on May 29, 2006
Daily Telegraph columnist Anita Quigley is shrill in her Saturday column about a Sydney pre-school which has introduced a curriculum which is friendly to non-traditional homosexual and transgender families. She’s “a strong advocate for a factual and concise sex curriculum for students” but (we knew there was going to be a but, didn’t we?): There [...]