In the depths of dead love ,The Print Room. Photo Hugo Glendinning
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In the depths of dead love

When Howard Barker is at the top of his game, as he is in this play, his words sing. Although ' In the depths of dead love' is very much within the ca...
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The Tiger Who Came For Tea

Used as one now is to the adult jokes embedded in kids’ movies, a tic that has always, it seems, been prevalent in panto, it is strange to come across...
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Sasha Waltz & Guests — Sacre

Of all the three pieces in Sasha Waltz Sacre, the one I found most difficult to emotionally engage with was the title and last piece, Sacre, set to St...
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As it Empties Out

Jefta van Dinther’s ‘As it Empties Out’ is more installation than dance piece, though it does have some very fine dance sequences in it. There are vis...
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Improvisao

Jonathan Jones, in a wonderful article published several years ago (‘The Guardian, 2004), spoke of improvisation as being a particularly American art ...
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The Domestic Crusaders

Three generations of a Pakistani American family meet for a reunion in the wake of 9/11? The one line synopsis rankled, and as I walked into Tara Arts...