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Archive | October, 2009

Review: Change, Arturo Brachetti

Posted on 31 October 2009 by Jake Orr

I must surely be asking for an early death at the moment, for it would appear that I have once again managed to (just) survive another one man show. In the past month alone I’ve seen three, which for me, is rather impressive. Let me once again make it clear that there is a very […]

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Review: Made In Russia, Sacred Festival

Posted on 26 October 2009 by Jake Orr

The Sacred Festival is in full swing now at the Chelsea Theatre, and as mentioned in my previous article here, it is one not to be missed. Bursting with contemporary practitioners, and theatre pieces from across Europe, there is hidden in the depths of Chelsea, a creative oasis. What happens when you take two Russians, […]

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Review: James Thiérrée, Raoul

Posted on 23 October 2009 by Jake Orr

I loath one man shows, with a passion. It’s like seeing someone you do not wish to see walking along the street and you quickly duck across to the other side of the road just to avoid them. I go to great lengths to avoid having much contact with a show or performance that lacks […]

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Sacred Festival – Chelsea Theatre

Posted on 19 October 2009 by Jake Orr

London is most certainly a buzzing place, bursting full of life and events, so much so that it can sometimes be a bit difficult to focus on what might be worth a trip to and what just gets buried under the heap of other things that happening. Shamefully, theatre is one of those things that […]

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