Theatre

House of Burlesque: Shipwrecked [Review]

The questions here are, is Burlesque exploitative? Does it reinforce cultural and sexual attitudes that are complicit in sexual harassment or is this just a great medium of feminist expression and a...

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Perhaps Contraption:Interview

When I play music, and connect with other musicians, I want to be transported away from the tripe the world churns up....

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Let it Be [Theatre]

It should not be possible to make a Sgt Pepper's set look more like a Slade Christmas special...

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House of Burlesque: Interview

'Burlesque provides a vital platform for women to be in control of the portrayal of their own bodies and minds.' Interview...

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Call For Artists: UNHINGED

All artists involved will be featured on our website and be promoted as part of the Unhinged Collective (if they would like to)....

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Theatre of the Mind

JULIUS is a multi-screen film, in which Roman Emperor Julius Caesar triggers the protagonists’ obsessions. His world of thoughts is shared with the audience. Reality and dream worlds are presented...

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Loitered Lens: Taragano Theatre

Carl Byron Batson captures the passion of Taragano Theatre's ​Chrysalis. They played together with the combination of the deep, soulful tones of the cello and the higher pitched breathy sound of...

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Lydia Lunch: The Lexington

Fresh from her performance at the Manchester 'Fat-out' festival, Lydia Lunch relished the part of 'Mistress of Ceremonies', showcasing various friends and new talents that she had cobbled together...

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Anklepants (Reechard Farché)

Anklepants is the electronic barrel organ of your Freudian nightmares . The nightmares where you are being psychoanalyzed by a traveling salesman with a penis for a face. It's a silly stuff that...

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A Progress [Theatre]

Carl Heap's style has always invited some form of audience involvement, In the past, this has extended to the gentle conscription of audience members for selected moments and scenes – helping to...

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Chrysalis: Taragano Theatre

Although I may not accept the central premise of Chrysalis, there is no denying that Mariana Taragano’s ability to harness the talents of others and use a collaborative approach in choreography and...

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The Overcoat : Pleasance Theatre

The Overcoat is a Finnish Play, at the Pleasance Theatre in London, produced by the Scottish theatre company ACE. It was performed at Edinburgh Festival last year and is part of a project to bring...

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DV8: Can We Talk About This? [Theatre/Dance]

'I'm an artist who's interested in real issues, not just pretty shapes' ...

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What the Butler Saw: Vaudeville Theatre

With a triple whammy of household names – as if the chance to see Samantha Bond in her undercrackers wasn't enough to fill the house nightly, we also get Omid Djalili and Tim McInnery...

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Sex, Anarchism, Politics and Pirates: London’s Theatres Collaborate

This week saw the launch of a new collaborative project between 12 of London’s top theatre venues, who are changing the way Londoners find theatre....

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The Paper Doll Militia: Aerial Theatre

No Strings Attached: Nomadic performers bring aerial theatre to new heights. Aerial theatre which blends mystery, childlike wonder, technical mastery and whimsical beauty The Paper Doll Militia work...

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Pam Glew: Circus

Red Bull Studios, London Bridge 26/11/10 – 02/12/10 The second major exhibition by popular emerging artist Pam Glew has all the trappings of punk nostalgia, mixed up with celebrity noir. Portraits...

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