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Offline malmo58

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Re: Kaleidoscope
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2010, 04:35:19 PM »

Sarah has no grave - she was cremated, and I believe her ashes were taken home by her family. Your best place to lay flowers is outside the Royal Court theatre, as her only memorial is a plaque on one of the seats in the Theatre Downstairs. If there isn't a play in rehearsal when you visit, you may be able to enter the auditorium and see the plaque, on row U seat 11.

Sorry I don't have a copy of the Kaleidoscope interview. Hopefully someone will read this and send you one.

Best wishes

Offline insonne

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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2010, 07:09:13 PM »
Hello, I'm a young italian theatre director and actress, I do 4.48 and Crave, I'm doing a reserch of Sarah Kane since 2008, I'll go to London next may. Two answers: one, is there the intervew at Sarah Kane in BBC radio 4 kaleidoscope on line? Two, I'd want put some flowers on her tomb, but I don't know where is this. Do you know something?

thank you very much and sorry for my bed english.