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The value of TV reunions: Discussing Friends: 'The One Where They Get Back Together'

TV show reunions and reboots are not a new phenomenon, but have become increasingly popular within recent years. They have continued to offer nostalgia for audiences, but some have failed to succeed and perhaps, risked damaging the show’s overall reputation.
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Binaural babies, family-friendly raves, heritage and history: inside Roxana Vilk’s Lullabies Project

Roxana Vilk has spent the three years collecting Lullabies. Beginning in 2018, her aim was to accumulate songs representing the 90 different languages spoken in Bristol.
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Back stage at FUZE 2021: colorful, diverse, inclusive, overall a great success ★★★★★

FUZE this year was exciting and glamorous. Considering the impact of COVID-19, the directors, producers, backstage crew and performers did incredibly well, producing a professional, interactive and engaging show.
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Review: 'The Place at the Bridge' Livestream @ Tobacco Factory

The Place at the Bridge is currently being performed at the Tobacco Factory Theatre by the Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory group(STF). With a run time of around forty-five minutes, I was really excited to watch my first bit of live-streamed theatre!
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Review: 'John' @ Alma Tavern

Theatre-19’s sold out John played at the Alma Tavern May 27-29. Their first ever in-person performance, the group is a small, student-led, non-profit organisation founded during the first lockdown to keep creative productions alive.
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Review: 'Touching the Void' - Bristol Old Vic Livestream

I set up the television and get ready as I usually do for a film night with my flatmates. But, this time I am tuning in to the reopening night at Bristol Old Vic Theatre for a live performance of Touching the Void.
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