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Come Closer (Royal Exchange) and Antigone (The Barbican on BBC Four)

I had a very theatrical day on Sunday – not only did I and a couple of other MTA Youth panellists catch Come Closer at the Royal Exchange, I then had a date with Juliette Binoche in the evening. 625 more words

Review: Between Worlds

On September 11, 2001, Islamist terrorists hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 and crashed it into the North Tower of the World Trade Center complex. At 8:46 a.m., the aircraft hit between the 93rd and 99th floors.

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Shop and Trip- Creative Enterprise

I feel the shop is just about starting to take shape, only the beginnings though. Scarlett has set a shop event up with others…

Also twitter account for shop- @UoBpopupshop… 551 more words

Units For Year 2

What to book: Autumn Theatre

It may seem a little premature but to see the best theatre London has to offer, you need to be ahead of the crowd. Here is what I’m booking for the autumn theatre season. 251 more words


£15 tickets to A Mad World My Masters

It’s a mad world. Time Out are offering 2-for-1 tickets on top seats for A Mad World My Masters at the Barbican.

This lesser-known comedy by Shakespeare’s contemporary Thomas Middleton was a big success for The Royal Shakespeare Company in their 2013 season. 186 more words

Cheap Tickets

Magnificent Obsessions

The Magnificent Obsessions exhibition at the Barbican is a curious selection of objects which superficially appear to have nothing in common. Old Japanese woodcuts are in the same room as a giant novelty horse statue whilst other rooms contain silk scarves, taxidermy and cookie jars. 429 more words


Live Review: Between Worlds @ The Barbican

I need to have some serious problems with a work in order to bother writing a bad review these days. It has to really rile me on an ideological level. 4,757 more words