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14.08.17 Rambert presents Julie Cunningham and Company

Performed on the roof of the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, Julie Cunningham presents a puzzling evening. Initially advertised as a seemingly title-less, site-specific 45 minutes against the back drop of the London skyline, there’s an air of mystery about the work. 525 more words

Contemporary Dance

Immerse Yourself: L5-7-44

Please don’t mind the guy in the corner, he doesn’t know he’s unemployed. Yes, you will be attended to shortly. The woman over there? “Till death do us part.” You don’t want to know.

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Performing Arts

BACK TO WORK / CITIES AND MEMORY (Copenhagen, Denmark - London, UK, 2017)

A sound collage dealing with mysticism, utopian desire, and resistance, both for and against change. It includes manipulated samples of composer and Christian mystic Hildegard of Bingen’s (1098-1179) choral piece… 156 more words

Site Specific

Site Singing voice workshop at St Leonards Church, Shoreditch

I was invited to London to create a vocal workshop for the Moon Choir, an experimental improvisatory choir, based on the Site Singing project. It took place on the 23rd of April at St Leonards Church, Shoreditch. 765 more words

Site Singing at The Stage (Working Title), Arnolfini, Bristol, Day 2: Scratch Performance

The Stage (Working Title) was created by UWE Architecture MA students in collaboration with The Arnolfini, Bristol, as a participatory space of modular theatrical ‘elements’ which can be moved and re-combined by performers and the public. 482 more words

Site Singing at The Stage (Working Title), Arnolfini, Bristol, Day 1: Experimentation

The Stage (Working Title) was created by UWE Architecture MA students in collaboration with The Arnolfini, Bristol, as a participatory space of modular theatrical ‘elements’ which can be moved and re-combined by performers and the public. 265 more words

Review: The Game’s Afoot, Madame Tussauds

This review was originally published on A Younger Theatre. Click here to view it

“The Game’s Afoot!” shouts a police detective, in Sherlock Holmes-esque fashion. 508 more words

Theatre