Monthly Archives: October 2013

Fatherland @ Battersea Arts Centre Review

A tale of discovery, identity and belonging, Nic Green‘s Fatherland endearingly traces the footsteps of her unknown father’s Scottish roots.

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Wild Card presents Anand Bhatt, Cooperire @ Lilian Baylis Studio (Sadler’s Wells)

The exciting Sadler’s Wells initiative creating a platform for up and coming, as well as established choreographers and performers returns to the Lilian Baylis Studio courtesy of producer Anand Bhatt.

Glasshouses by Lewis Major. Credit MovingProductions Photography

Glasshouses by Lewis Major
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Crowning Glory @ Theatre Royal Stratford East Review

Amidst the various showcases of new fashion collections by well known designers at this years recent London Fashion Week, there was only one individual that everybody was talking about, and that was Naomi Campbell. Speaking out about the elitism within the fashion industry, the successful model criticised the industry’s lack of diversity, citing that there was only a low percentage of black and asian models represented on the catwalk.

Image 1 credit Sharron Wallace - Pictured Lorna Brown (top) and Sheri-An Davis

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Broken @ Watford Palace Theatre Review

Away from the vibrant and forever moving nature of the metropolitan, the bright lights of the city and the continual advancements and innovations within technology, it is easy to forget, be unaware or even take for granted the world in which we live and its significance.

Broken by Katja Ogrin (1)

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Gym Party @ Battersea Arts Centre Review

It’s not all about the winning, it’s the taking part that counts…or is it? We’re all taught to be gracious in defeat, to maintain a level of poise and save face, however can we truly go against our innate determination to win?

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The World of Extreme Happiness @ The Shed (National Theatre) review

With hopes of brightening up her life prospects in rural China, the aptly named Sunny embarks on a life changing journey to the fast paced, bright lights of the City.

Jpeg 9. Katie Leung (Sunny) and company_The World of Extreme Happiness_c. Richard H Smith (1)

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Cirque Eloize take residence at Sadler’s Wells with new production, iD!

Multi award winning Canadian Circus troupe, Cirque Eloize, take residence at Sadler’s Wells’ West End theatre venue, the Peacock Theatre, with their fun and exhilarating multimedia production, iD.

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The Various Lives of Infinite Nullity @ Battersea Arts Centre Review

As 3 ghosts ponder the lives that they have left behind on Earth, The Various Lives of Infinite Nullity serves as an exploration into an unknown landscape, the Afterlife.

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Memoirs of Lucy Bell @ The Space Theatre Review

Written and directed by Hope Murphy Nanton, this one woman show chronicles Jazz singer Lucy Bell’s meteoric rise to fame in the heart of a city that never sleeps. Cue New York skylines, jazz fuelled night clubs and heartbreak.

The Memoirs of Lucy Bell

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Secret Theatre, Show 1 @ Lyric Hammersmith Review

With an air of mystery shrouding the Secret Theatre season at the Lyric Hammersmith due to the absence of press and marketing for each production, it’s fair to say that this striking concept currently taking over the renovated building is an innovative and fascinating idea.

Secret Theatre

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