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Review: Minotaur, Polka Theatre

Posted on 13 April 2014 by Camilla Gurtler

All children want their parents to be there for them, to care for them and protect them. But when a parent is deployed and leaves for military service, the balance is disrupted and it’s hard to predict how a child will react in their parent’s absence. Some will cope by defending themselves, distancing themselves from […]

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Review: King Charles III, Almeida Theatre

Posted on 13 April 2014 by Camilla Gurtler

With Elizabeth II’s reign coming to an end in the foreseeable future, tension over the future of the throne raises questions – not only of how Charles will succeed her and if he in fact should, but also what holds for the future of the monarchy. Elizabeth II is said to be a constant, reassuring […]

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Review: The Prince of the Pagodas, London Coliseum

Posted on 28 March 2014 by Camilla Gurtler

What is incredible about dance productions is the realisation that words are not always necessary and that so much is expressed through our body language. A three-hour story can be told through the language of movement and music and is sometimes more powerful than verbal expression. Ballet is a fascinating art form: it’s structured and […]

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Review: Riverrun, National Theatre, NT Shed

Posted on 16 March 2014 by Camilla Gurtler

Inspired by Finnegans Wake, the book by Irish writer James Joyce that is more like a stream-of-consciousness linguistic experiment than prose, Riverrun explores the novel’s ‘voice of the river’ section, a fragmentary collection of made-up words, phrases and sounds. Riverrun has no characters, plot or clear vision – it’s a stimulating journey of voice, movement […]

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