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Archive | March, 2010

Review: Your Nation Loves You

Posted on 29 March 2010 by Jake Orr

Any project taking place in the tunnels under Waterloo Station has an air of excitement and potential to be something truly spectacular. In the past year, tunnel 228, as it is officially known by Network Rail has played host to some of the most captivating performances and art work since Kevin Spacey with the Old […]

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If I Ruled The World… A Festival For Young People

Posted on 26 March 2010 by Jake Orr

The Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) are known for their innovative performances. Their commitment to the development of contemporary performance along with taking risks and giving opportunities to those who justly need it have earned them a reputation. This week however they stepped up their antics a little further by hosting a week long festival for […]

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Review: 4.48 Psychosis

Posted on 24 March 2010 by Jake Orr

I was left frozen to my chair, a few feet away from the stage, tears in my eyes and a sense of emptiness, a barren existence in my stomach, and a need to pack away my emotions, my mental state, and keep them under lock and key. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Sarah Kane’s finest […]

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Review: Hedda Gabler

Posted on 18 March 2010 by A Younger Theatre

 Hedda Gabler at the Richmond Theatre is a poignant piece. One of Henrik Ibsen’s finest and most celebrated works, it depicts the crowded and claustrophobic life of the once Hedda Gabler, the now married Hedda Tesman. Ibsen’s work has stood defiantly against the test of time, and in this production directed by Adrian Noble, […]

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