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Casting Traces - 3 Olaf Street. ***

A promenade dance performance which incorporates video installation, designed space and newly commissioned music. Produced by New Movement Collective as part of the InTransit Festival, the promising start of violin playing and dance in projected shadows is only let down by the terrible sightliness which continues to be a problem for the rest of the evening. 113 more words

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Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown - Soho Theatre.

The recording of Pappy’s podcast is another string to the trio along with their sketch shows and their own BBC3 series. It is a an anarchic and unruly panel show which has a loose structure where Matthew chairs and gives Tom, Ben and their guests Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan quite silly things to do. 88 more words

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Edinburgh Preview: Adam of the Riches - Invisible Dot

After winning the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2011, Adam Riches returns with a new show. His trademark anarchic, high energy interactive character comedy is alive and kicking and with more mess than ever with fake blood, bananas and deodorant everywhere. 88 more words

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Theatre Review- Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story @ Signature Theatre- 7/22/14

There’s a new songwriter in town and his name is Bert Berns! Well… actually he’s not new at all, but due to an unfortunate chain of events, his name is not as widely known as he had hoped, nor as those who do know it think it should be. 873 more words

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The Curing Room – The Pleasance, London. **

This review was originally written for The Public Reviews and will appear on this blog in full after 24th July.

http://www.thepublicreviews.com/the-curing-room-the-pleasance-london/

Photo: Rebecca Pitt | Runs until 20th July, then in Edinburgh 30th July – 25th August

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Feature: Almada Festival, Portugal, 2014

The Portuguese Festival de Almada continues to serve local audiences well
By Mark Brown

Sunday Herald, Scotland, 13 July 2014

Festival de Almada, which is held every July in the small Portuguese city of Almada and across the River Tagus in the capital, Lisbon, is one of Europe’s unique theatre festivals. 600 more words

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Reviews: The Comedy of Errors & Whisky Kisses (Sunday Herald)

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The Comedy Of Errors
Botanic Gardens, Glasgow
Until July 12

Whisky Kisses
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Various dates until October 18

Reviewed by Mark Brown… 574 more words

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