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MAYFEST: The Nature of Why – Bristol Old Vic

Director: Caroline Bowditch & Charles Hazlewood Composer: Will Gregory Choreographer: Caroline Bowditch Reviewer: Leah Tozer Imagine two magnets: pushed together one way, opposites attract, but pull them apart and attempt to put the other poles together, and it’s impossible. Why? A theoretical physicist, like the famed Richard Feynman, might find reason in forces and motion, but many of us will fail to ...

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PREVIEW: The LBT Autumn/Winter Launch

Ron Simpson joins the audience on September 7th to meet some of the directors, actors and musicians involved in the Autumn/Winter season at the Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield. A Season Preview at Huddersfield’s Lawrence Batley Theatre is not just a matter of wine and nibbles for arts editors, reviewers and patrons. In recent years, the theatre has presented a full ...

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Falling in love with Frida – The Lowry, Salford

Writer/Director: Caroline Bowditch Director: Caroline Bowditch Reviewer: Jo Beggs Caroline Bowditch has fallen in love with Frida Kahlo. It’s something of an obsession. She’s read the biographies and scrutinised the paintings for the tiniest details. She’s created her own image of this iconic artist and has conjured up her spirit in this short, lyrical performance. But this show about Frida ...

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