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22
Nov 2018
It’s hopefully au revoir not adieu…  Ciaran Hammond reflects on the Voila Europe festival Now in its 7th year Voila Europe! is an annual theatre festival focusing on cross-border European work, which showcases work...

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13
Nov 2018
Kneehigh have an illustrious history in the vibrant adaptation of fairy tales (from The Red Shoes to Rapunzel and beyond) and so Jim Dodge’s much-loved first novel, Fup – often graced with the suffix...

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13
Nov 2018
‘Finally an artform where you can fly, just like in your dreams.’ – Laurie Anderson.  Dorothy Max Prior and Aislinn Kelly journey through Laurie Anderson & Hsin-Chien Huang’s virtual reality installation Chalkroom Do oceans have...

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31
Oct 2018
A name in lights, a vintage caravan, a chorus warming up, stagehands sweeping, a band running through a soundcheck. The houselights dim. The caravan spins to reveal an open-fronted side, showing a comfy pink-cushioned...

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24
Oct 2018
I expect the empathetic burden to be entirely my own when I visit the Empathy Museum: A Mile in My Shoes. I expect the museum to put my empathy through its paces. What I...

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