Festivals

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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...
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Intronauts

In the not-too-distant future, if you have an itch you only have to ask your Intronaut to scratch it…internally. Nose blocked? Not enough fibres in your diet? Nothing to fuss over. Order your Intronaut (via, of...
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A Beginner’s Guide to Populism

A Beginner’s Guide to Populism is a light-hearted comedy about power that becomes darker and darker as the performance goes on, leaving the audience with a feeling of intense unease about the state of the world...
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Birthday Girls: Late Night Comedy Party

Birthday Girls have created a riotously enjoyable mixture of comedy show and night out for their Late-Night Comedy Party. Handing out shots as the audience file in, they set a friendly mood that you instantly w...
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Zoo

Zoo is a new play by Lily Bevan which explores the intimate relationship between humans and animals.   Bonnie, a zookeeper at Cherokee Valley Zoo in Miami, is busy preparing the animals for the fast-...
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Crave

Sarah Kane’s Crave is a disorientating mixture of monologues, anecdotes and dialogues about the torments of passion, desire and love. Crave explores the wretched pasts of A, B, C and M, incorporating harrowi...