Monthly Archives: August 2013

Track 3 @ the Greenwich Theatre Review

A re-imagining of a 20th century classic, Track 3 takes inspiration from Chekhov’s naturalistic play, Three Sisters. Centred on the Prozorovs’, Track 3 focuses on the aspirational goals of Olga, Masha, Irina and their brother Andrei as the sisters yearn for their return to Moscow…

Track 3

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Thor of the Common Man @ the Cockpit Theatre Review

Written in the 18th Century, Yuan Mei‘s Censored by Confucius: Ghost Stories created shockwaves within the puritanical world of the Qing Dynasty, as it approached taboo subjects such as corruption and revenge in a comical manner. This, combined with the fascination of the God of Thunder in Chinese culture form the basis for writer and directer Zhao Miao’s Thor of the Common Man

Thor Of The Common Man

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Desert @ The Cockpit Theatre Review

‘When the sand moves in the Desert and nobody’s there to hear it-does it make a sound?’ is a question asked by Spiralarts Dance Theatre Company in their 40 minute dance piece, exploring the many aspects of a seemingly quiet landscape. Serving as a projection situated upstage, this question acts as an underlying motif in this montage of choreographed sequences…

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21 Windmills, a 21st Century re-imagining of Don Quixote!

From 26th-28th September 2013, Bred In the Bone Theatre Company present a re-imagining of a Spanish literary classic, Don Quixote. Written by Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th Century, the influential text follows its protagonist’s attempts to restore peace and honour under the alter ego, Don Quixote. A forerunner for the modern day super hero, Don Quixote, accompanied by his trusty sidekick Sancho Panza attempt to protect the defenceless from an ever evolving chaotic world.

21 Windmills

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New Season of Theatre at The Yard!

From Tuesday 10th September to Saturday 16th November, The Yard Theatre will play host to an array of new works selected especially for their class of ’13 Festival.

Over ten weeks, a selection of 2013’s best emerging companies, hand-picked by Artistic Director Jay Miller, will present their work in and around The Yard’s warehouse home.

On the pavements of Hackney Wick and on The Yard’s stage, audiences are invited to experience the great theatre-makers of tomorrow, doing great things today.


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