7
Aug 2011
What is your heart’s desire? What do you dream of doing? What is the strangest thing you’ve ever done? Is your heart a stone or a feather? From the very start, Hotel Medea (a...

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7
Aug 2011
In London the plague came in 1665: ‘one hundred thousand dead but I alive’. This is not the opening line from Ten Plagues but the ending, the epilogue, a joyful ‘I will survive’ statement from our...

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7
Aug 2011
‘Take care not to tread on the props,’ says the usher as we enter the space – an empty space save for a row of tawdry everyday objects and accessories placed at the front-row...

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4
Aug 2011
Directed by Nigel Jamieson, Wired Aerial Theatre’s As the World Tipped is a large-scale outdoor spectacular that takes as its subject the Copenhagen Conference and the subsequent failure of world leaders to initiate any meaningful directive...

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30
Jul 2011
by Wim Wenders Sep 2011 £8.99 Total Theatre Magazine doesn’t often review feature films – but Pina, Wim Wenders’ cinematic homage to the late great Pina Bausch, godmother of experimental dance theatre and director of...

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