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Latitude Festival 2017 – Lubomyr Melnyk

Reviewer: Nicole Evans It's the last day at Latitude Festival and tents are already beginning to be packed away. With the tiredness of a busy weekend starting to set in, the prospect of anything particularly energetic to kick off the day is far from the minds of most. Tucked away in the woods at the Sunrise Arena, far away from ...

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Latitude Festival 2017 – Ida Barr

Reviewer: Nicole Evans While the majority of the Latitude world flocks to Saturday night headliners, Mumford and Sons, on the main stage, those few of us who aren't fans pile into the Cabaret tent to see the only other act on the line-up that sounds like it will be far enough away to drown out the guitar strums. Latitude and ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Cabaret From The Shadows – The Warren

Two men, three women in bizarre clothes

Reviewer: Bethan Highgate-Betts One of the 10  shows selected for WINDOW 2017 Brighton Fringe’s Arts Industry Showcase, Cabaret From The Shadows dives into the mind of its audience. Exploring their deepest, darkest thoughts, no matter how weird or unpleasant they might be. Created by Liverpool-based company Teatro Pomodoro, the show is a mix of physical theatre, live music, abstract performance ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Broadway Lunchbox – Bar Broadway

Bald man singing into microphone

Performer: Jason Thorpe Reviewer: Bethan Highgate-Betts New Attitude Theatre Company presents Broadway Lunchbox, a different show every lunch time at Bar Broadway. One such lunchtime offering comes from Jason Thorpe, as he takes to the stage to perform a medley of his favourite Broadway hits. Clearly a talented and experienced performer, Thorpe exudes charisma between songs as he gives the audience ...

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Maria Friedman: Lenny and Steve, Live at Zédel, London

Blonde woman smiling to camera

Musical Director: Jason Carr Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Maria Friedman has come to be regarded as one of Britain’s foremost interpreters of Stephen Sondheim – both as actor and, more recently, a director, with her revival of Merrily We Roll Along. Her directing career – continuing with Stepping Out at the Vaudeville Theatre and a forthcoming musical by Jonathan Harvey based ...

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Camille O’Sullivan: The Carny Dream – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Katherine Kirwin amid a stage of fairy lights, a lit-up paper gingerbread house, a glowing paper bunny, and dressed mannequins topped with animal masks, enters a chilled-out male trio on keys, drums and bass before the dramatic entrance of Camille O’Sullivan in a sequined red-cape. This is not a fairytale, this is not real life, this is the nether ...

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CD REVIEW: Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp: Acoustically Speaking

Reviewer: Emily Garside Recorded live at New York’s Feinstein’s/54 Below, Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp reunite for an acoustic mix of Broadway and Rock-pop. Ranging across classic 80s pop - as Rapp quips he’s ‘very much a child of the 80s’ across contemporary and classic Broadway songs with a twist, there’s a variety brought out by their different musical styles, ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Hot Brown Honey – Spiegeltent, Dublin

Creators: Busty Beatz and Lisa Fa’alafi Director: Lisa Fa’alafi Music: Busty Beatz Choreography: Lisa Fa’alafi Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Briefs Factory’s feminist cabaret and burlesque extravaganza, Hot Brown Honey, has the audience crying with laughter, whooping, clapping and stamping their feet, but it isn’t from this that the show gets its electric energy. The Honeys are a group of women who ...

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