5
Aug 2012
Silvia appears at the back of the stage, against the blacks, head down, tugging at the hem of her brightly coloured, tight fitting, slinky little dress. Too little, perhaps, for her generous frame and...

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5
Aug 2012
‘I am half man,’ says Tara Cheyenne, disconcertingly clad in lingerie, toes pointed at the end of very long legs. ‘My father is a man, and his father before him.’ Within minutes she has...

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19
May 2012
The number of straight young men encouraged into ballet schools might plummet after two and half hours of brazen campery in Matthew Bourne’s triple bill. Presented to celebrate his company’s 25th anniversary, it is...

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13
May 2012
There are several pairings in Black T-shirt Collection, the third work by Nigerian-born Inua Ellams, who has enjoyed a swift ride to becoming a playwright of national status since his first production in 2009. First,...

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7
May 2012
And Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out was one of those most frustrating of fringe shows, where it’s clear lots of thinking and ideas have informed what you are watching onstage but they don’t make it...

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