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Tips: The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face (The Jetty, London)

Shunt’s new show, The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face is wildly inventive, and something that I found to be quite brilliant. However, I’m completely aware that this is the type of theatre that is going to be quite divisive when it comes to opinion, already demonstrated in… 1,390 more words


Christina Hendershaw - Opening Reception

Taking full advantage of the 16′ tall walls at ICE, Christina has created a fantastic site specific wall drawing.

We’d love to see you Saturday evening, 8/23, from 5pm – 9pm.


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Walking in Amstel Park with the Genetic Choir

This coming Sunday afternoon, you can have a stroll in the park and listen to it’s natural sounds combined with our vocal music.

We will perform… 311 more words


The Fleet Moves 2014 Archive site is LIVE

Dear friends, we are thrilled to be linking to the archive site for the third annual Fleet Moves Dance Festival. What began as a small idea has blossomed into a week-long happening packed with performances, workshops, sensory walks, installations—and of course plenty of opportunities to bust a move on the dance floor. 40 more words


New work by Thomas DeMello

This is a piece that so perfectly personifies Thomas’ aesthetic. Rough, dirty, rustic. He’s got a great eye for materials or objects that most people would see as garbage, or at the very least wouldn’t look twice at. 79 more words

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MINE. at Bristol Biennial

Since the beginning of the year I have been busy with two major projects.  The first has been writing and preparing a long poem for performance in a glittering subterranean grotto in central Bristol.   414 more words