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Carole Woddis

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Carole Woddis has been a theatre journalist for more than 20 years. She was London theatre critic for The Herald (Glasgow) for over a decade and has written for many national and arts based publications. She has also published three books on theatre and taught Journalism to adults at both Goldsmiths and City Universities.

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