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Review: The Animals and The Children Took To The Street

Posted on 14 December 2012 by Sarah Milton

1927 is an award-winning theatre company, noted for its attempts at mixing live music, storytelling, and performance with animation. The piece presented at the Lyttelton at the National Theatre originally premiered in The Sydney Opera House in October 2010 with a UK debut at the Battersea Arts Centre in December of the same year. Despite […]

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Review: Michael Clark Company: New Work 2012

Posted on 21 October 2012 by Sarah Milton

In this piece, Michael Clark buddies up with Jarvis Cocker, bringing to the Barbican a company of dancers to present and explore his experimental, spontaneous imagination. Clark uses the simplicity of the first half as an introduction to the explosive second, showing the sincere skill, control and elegance each dancer posesses. Throughout the first half, […]

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Review: The Lighthouse

Posted on 15 October 2012 by Sarah Milton

The English Touring Opera’s autumn 2012 season includes The Lighthouse, a story based on real events in the Orkney port of Stromness. A supply ship pulled in at a lighthouse to find the keepers had vanished, with no sign of disturbance. Davies’ imagination transports us through mysterious speculation as to what could have caused the […]

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Review: Sunset Baby

Posted on 19 September 2012 by Sarah Milton

In Sunset Baby, 2012 Playwrights of New York (PONY) Fellowship winner Morisseau entrusts director Charlotte Westenra with a personal, deeply rooted piece.  Set against the backdrop of Black activism in the USA, Sunset Baby explores abandonment and the need to be loved. It asks how far we will go for freedom, whether it is possible […]

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