Monthly Archives: September 2013

Wild Card @ Sadler’s Wells (Lilian Baylis Studio) Review

Offering talented young artists the opportunity to showcase exciting and bold pieces of choreography, this Sadler’s Wells initiative encourages new voices within the choreographic world to be heard.


Choreographer and Performer Alessandra Seutin
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Love N Stuff @ Stratford East Theatre Royal Review

Tanika Gupta’s Wah! Wah! Girls received critical acclaim last year for its vibrant Bollywood inspired choreography, as well as for the memorable performances given by the cast; in particular, the comedic pairing of quarrelsome couple Bindi and Mansoor. As a result of their increasing popularity, it was only right that the hilarious couple have their own show, hence the creation of Love N Stuff…

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Secret Theatre @ the Lyric Hammersmith

Challenging the way in which theatre is experienced within the UK, Secret Theatre is an ambitious and innovative project created by a team of  20 talented theatre makers in order to question whether preconceptions of performances shape the overall experience of the audience…

Playwright Arinze Kene - photo by Joe Dilworth

Playwright and Actor Arinze Kene
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Critically acclaimed London Stories returns to Battersea Arts Centre!

Breaking down the fourth wall between the stage and the audience, London Stories: A 1-on-1-on-1 festival promises to be an evening of emotive, compelling and gripping storytelling about the lives of those living in one of the busiest cities in the world… London Stories 01 Continue reading

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Another Way @ The Cockpit Theatre Review

Offering an alternative to the glitzy world of Jazz hands, hollywood smiles and synchronised dance routines, Another Way, Composed by Benedict interweaves the lives of three pairs of people as they deal with the prospects of new relationships, heartbreak and success…

AnotherWay9Julie Atherton (Carrie) Andy Coxon (Oliver)PhotosDarren Bell

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Motionhouse celebrate their 25th anniversary with new production, ‘Broken’

Having choreographed a spectacular opening ceremony for the Paralympic games last year, it would be fair to say that Artistic Director of Motionhouse Dance Theatre, Kevin Finnan, most certainly has a reason or two to celebrate…

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