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La Trilogie de la Vengeance

La Trilogie de la Vengeance is the embodiment of Simon Stone’s wild vision of live cinematographic theatre. Upon arrival, the audience is divided into...
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Café Polisson

Located in the middle of the Vincennes forest, right after the horse stables, is a lovely wooden theatre with high ceilings and wood carvings on the w...
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Les Bonnes

Settling into the nearly empty Pixel theatre in Paris, the décor announces the colour of Jean Genet’s one-act play: a red vanity cabinet, a red table ...
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Misanthrope

David Furlong’s adaptation of Misanthrope takes place at the heart of a modern TV newsroom, turning Molière’s critique of 17th century French society ...
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Ovo

The show starts off with some classic Cirque du Soleil performer spectator interaction. If, like most here, you've been visiting the Royal Albert Hall...
Richard Alston Dance Company — Tangent / Chacony / Gypsy Mixture
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Tangent / Chacony / Gypsy Mixture

When Richard Alston says he created the piece very quickly, it’s supposed to be a good sign. It means he was inspired. Inspired by the dancers, he say...
Royal Ballet in Jewels. cROH, 2017. Photographed by Alastair Muir.
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Jewels

With Jewels, George Balanchine gives the Royal Opera House three cleverly varied ballets; Emeralds (to Gabriel Fauré), Rubies (to Igor Stravisky) and ...
Limehouse, Donmar Warehouse. Photo Jack Sain
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Limehouse

Limehouse pulls you at the heart of Britain’s dismantling political scene in 1981, while sarcastically drawing parallels to the politics of today. “We...
Amaluna - Cirque du Soleil Royal Albert Hall
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Amaluna

As you step into the Royal Albert Hall, you set foot on the island of Amaluna, surrounded by tall grass and the sounds of waves and birds. Before the ...
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Le Récital des Postures

Exploring the human body, Yasmine Hugonnet is alone on stage, no music, no décor, nothing. Her long dark hair hiding her face, she slowly changes from...