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In the interview, Fall proclaimed that she was channelling the true spirit of Joan Littlewood.The latter might not have immediately embraced the appointment of a National Theatre graduate.Those who knew Littlewood recall she had little respect for the National, calling it “that fucking concrete mausoleum”.Back in the early 1980s, TRSE’s then artistic director Philip Hedley took a chance by giving an ambitious 21-year-old wannabe publicist a job. At the core of Philip’s ambitions for the theatre was risk.The West End – pandering to the chattering mob – was never a priority.Based in Newham, with a transient population, the theatre understood its duty was to deliver a great night out that the local community could afford to attend. Please be over 7.5 inches and send me some pictures with. Hi I am a 46 year old Scottish guy, living in east london. I'm a 22 y/o bi versatile latino with a really open mind, send me an email with your most horny and dirty desires and I'll make it come true. I like kissing, rim, soft ass play and mutual sucking. Get me in a Headlock, Grab me in a Headlock, walk me in it so I cant get out of it, I am a white gay Boy,19, 5ft 5, Rush me, I meet you somewhere or at your place after 6pm, Call me yeah, 07508406210 , I got pocket money…

As with most regeneration, its hard to know whether this has benefitted local residents or just made it inevitable that they'll soon be priced out.The first show I experienced, Nell Dunn’s Steaming, had already been rejected by the National, the Royal Shakespeare Company and London’s Royal Court, but Philip committed to it instantly on reading the script. Stratford had no dramaturg, Philip did not consult the board and did not put the script through a process of readings and workshops or wait until he found a star.He simply committed to stage it on the first available date.This inspired me to cajole the media into covering the theatre’s work. Stratford was developing work that was designed to attract black and Asian audiences, which were hardly considered sexy or relevant at the time by most other theatres.Philip worked hard to make shows that were relevant to Stratford East’s diverse communities. What they lacked in sophistication they made up for with other glories.

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