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Jun 2014
By their own admission LIFT have wanted to programme She She Pop for the last few years, only succeeding in doing so this year, and given the evidence of She She Pop’s latest piece...

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6
Jun 2014
A thrashing punk riff heralds the start of Wendy Houston’s latest work, a tribute to former collaborator and friend Nigel Charnock who died last year. As the music thrums she bolts onto the stage,...

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7
May 2014
The Hive, from fledgling company Human Zoo, takes its lead from the dystopian fantasies of Huxley and Orwell. The Hive is the last subterranean bastion of human kind, the world above poisoned by war...

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5
Apr 2014
What is most striking about James Thiérrée’s fifth production for Compagnie du Hanneton is not the sheer scale of the ever-transforming, decaying set, nor the exquisitely-controlled and detailed physical scores of the performers, but...

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Feb 2014
1980 is one of the seminal productions of the late 20th Century, and in retrospect a production that once seen makes the nature of contemporary performance become a little clearer. Not only does it...

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