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Dust – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

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Writer: Milly Thomas Reviewer: James Napleton A profane and wickedly morose show, explicit and often gruesome in sexual detail, Dust is a supernatural adventure of life after death. The story follows a girl called Alice, a university graduate, who has recently taken her own life. Performed and written by Milly Thomas, the play has an incredibly vivid and forensic quality ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with Sara Joyce on Dust

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It's that time of year when we launch our annual series of Fringe preview Q & A's. Here, Sara Joyce director of Dust, talks about the show . In one sentence tell us about your show. Alice is dead and can't wait to see how much people are missing her until she starts to see how much she's missing. What made you ...

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Lest We Forget – English National Ballet – Palace Theatre, Manchester

Less We Forget

Artistic Director: Tamara Rojo Choreography: Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant, Liam Scarlett Reviewer: Peter Jacobs   Lest We Forget is a ‘poignant reflection’ on World War I, featuring three works expressing the experiences of those who fought the war, and those who stayed behind. The programme notes talk of the difficulty of connecting emotionally with events deeply rooted in our heritage ...

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