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Monday, May 27, 2019

Berlin: True Copy, Brighton Festival 2019 review - tricksy forgery masterclass by Thomas H. Green

Superbly conceived and crafted multimedia theatre piece about art forgery This brilliantly conceived and executed show is about provenance in art. It’s also about our perceptions of the tr…

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Superhoe, Brighton Festival 2019 review - a darkly vital one-woman show by Thomas H. Green

Nicôle Lecky's raw, persuasive play about sex work, social media and female empowerment Tonight comes with a caveat, delivered before proceedings begin by the one-woman show’s writer and …

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Saturday, May 18, 2019

Gravity & Other Myths: Backbone, Brighton Festival 2019 review - eyeboggling and very human circus show by Thomas H. Green

Australian troupe dazzle with balletic acrobatics, stunning precision and teamwork Shows by Gravity & Other Myths fall into the realm of “contemporary circus”. It’s an off-putting …

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

My Left Right Foot: The Musical, Brighton Festival 2019 review - foul-mouthed comic brilliance by Thomas H. Green

Scottish production that reaps comedy gold from society's awkwardness about disablity My Left Right Foot tiptoes right to the precipice of massive offense. For some, it tumbles right in. Dur…

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Thursday, May 9, 2019

Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs), Brighton Festival 2019 review - a feverishly foul-mouthed musical comedy by Thomas H. Green

Timely revival for Kneehigh Theatre's frantic Beggar's Opera reimagining Five years ago this Kneehigh Theatre production caused a stir with its vibrant modern retelling of John Gay’s 18th …

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Sunday, May 5, 2019

Vox Motus: Flight, Brighton Festival 2019 review - a novel and moving experience by Thomas H. Green

Astounding combination of theatre and installation tells the wrenching story of two Afghan child refugees Flight is a show by experimental Scottish theatre company Vox Motus, adapted from th…

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

10 Questions for actress and playwright Nicôle Lecky by Thomas H. Green

The rising star of stage and screen talks grime, feminism, sex work, Nicki Minaj and SENSE8 Nicôle Lecky’s one woman show Superhoe has added fire to the reputation of an already fast-risi…

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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

10 Questions for Candice Edmunds of Theatre Company Vox Motus by Thomas H. Green

The Glasgow-based artistic director talks theatre with a difference “When we graduated we were seeing lot of theatre as a literary form,” explains Candice Edmunds of the theatre company …

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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Brighton Festival 2019 launches with Guest Director Rokia Traoré by Thomas H. Green

The south-coast's arts extravaganza reveals its 2019 line-upThe striking cover for the Brighton Festival 2019 programme shouts out loud who this year’s Guest Director is. Silhouetted …

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