Festivals

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The Lingering Now
Le Festival d’Avignon

The Lingering Now is one of the most promising plays that you could hope for in the “In” Festival d’Avignon: it is described as firmly politically engaged and a new form of hybrid between theatre and cinema. Br...
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The Humanzee
Le Festival d’Avignon

The “Off” Festival in Avignon is a place where you can find little plays from all around the world offering unique attempts to create something new. I got into “The Humanzee” because the actors were promoting t...
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Don Giovanni

The director Martin Constantine has managed to create a brilliantly witty, surprisingly moving and totally engaging production of Mozart and Da Ponte’s great classic version of the legendary story of that sexua...

She NYC Arts Festival

In the past two weeks, I have time-traveled, hopped from coast to coast, boosted my language-learning skills, laughed, cried, and everything in between - and it’s all thanks to a group of up-and-coming women wr...
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Spring

Sadler’s Wells, London Gandini Juggling premiered “Spring”, the third part of its dance trilogy, in Cambridge Junction a year back. The first two parts of the trilogy were “4X4”, with ballet-based choreograp...
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Father (Vader)

Peeping Tom is really one of the most exciting companies in Europe. And it is thanks to the Barbican and to London International Mime Festival that we get to have them back in London after last ye...
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Waltz of the Hommelettes

Waltz of the Hommelettes is a truly imaginative blend of puppetry, shadow theatre, and mask. It is loosely based on The Elves by the Brothers Grimm but within it, you can find so many more refer...