Features

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Jun 2013
Ebrington is a huge and chillingly evocative reclaimed military complex turned new civic centre on the East bank of the river Foyle (and the destination of the EU-funded Peace bridge which now, stunningly, connects...

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Jun 2013
It’s the final seconds of the final scene of the final performance of How a Man Crumbled at the Edinburgh Fringe 2012, and an audience member has just had a panic attack. Her friend assures me...

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Jun 2013
As I write (April 2013), the new dreamthinkspeak show In the Beginning was the End has just finished a run at Somerset House; Look Left Look Right (who won a Total Theatre Award for their show You...

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Jun 2013
Focusing on physical and mental sickness, as well as social and spiritual sickness, The Basement’s SICK! is an international cross-artform festival exploring the ways our bodies and minds can act against us, the things...

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Jun 2013
‘Could this piece be performed by anyone else?’ asks someone at the post-show discussion that follows the presentation of Ruff, the latest solo performance by the legendary Peggy Shaw, co-written and directed by her Split Britches partner,...

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