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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.

Articles By Carole Woddis

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