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Category Archives: EVE

My pilgrimage at Sostrup Slot

Easter Sunday. A day of celebration. It is the first Sunday following a full moon after the March equinox…symbolic of rebirth and renewal…a celebration of the goddess of Spring…Easter to me is a day of reflection…of embracing what is to come even though in this minute I have no idea what that is. Sitting in […]


“Coming Home”, a performance that was described as beautiful, heart aching, whimsical and lighthearted has come to an end. Simon Tate, the head drama teacher at Queensland Academies of Creative Industries, where we were artists in residence, described it like this in his facebook post: I’m just going to come out and say it – […]

Western Australian review of Perth’s Eve

Theatre Review: Eve DAVID ZAMPATTI, The West Australian October 26, 2012, 11:39 am Eve By Margi Brown Ash Blue Room The starting point for Margi Brown Ash’s tour de force of writing and performance is the sad story of Eve Langley, a little- known and largely forgotten novelist and poet who worked from the 1930s […]

Aussie Theatre review for Perth’s Eve

Eve — Atmospheric and chaotic 28th October, 2012 Courtney J. Pascoe on Thursday 25 October 2012 Who was Eve Langley, a writer born before her time? What was she like? Co-devised by Margi Brown Ash, Leah Mercer and Daniel Evans, Eve is an exploration more than a story. It is atmospheric, chaotic and embarks on […]

EVE preview

Last night we had the Perth preview of EVE at The Blue Room… Although regarded as a bit ‘flat’, it is a platform for launching tonight!

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