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Aug 2016
About two years ago I started looking up and thinking about home. Or rather, thinking about houses. Perhaps it was the planned demolition spectacle of the Red Road flats for the opening of the...

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9
Dec 2014
Rachael Clerke dives in to defend Dartington’s living legacy in the BA Theatre at Falmouth University, which is threatened with closure  I have a vivid memory of sitting in a tutor’s office during my...

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4
Jun 2014
Hardy Animal is a new performance by Bristol-based dance artist Laura Dannequin. Described as ‘A tender solo that looks at chronic pain and human resilience,’ Dannequin takes us on a journey through her experiences...

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30
May 2014
Slap Talk is a six-hour sparring match: a constantly changing stream of aggression and one-upmanship, quiet digs and impressive bravado. At its centre is a game; a challenge to follow the rules, to keep...

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30
May 2014
The concept of The Money is simple. Very, very simple. Absurdly, gloriously, deliciously, terrifyingly simple. Some of the things it did to my head were more complicated. This is how it works: a representative...

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