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I Do, – Hilton Hotel Docklands, London

Creators: Daphna Attias, Terry O’Donovan Writer: Chloe Moss Director: Daphna Attias Reviewer: Nichola Daunton First performed as part of the Almeida Festival in August 2013, Dante or Die’s site-specific work I Do takes its audience on a journey through six hotel rooms on the morning of a wedding. Divided into six groups with the help of coloured paper roses, the ...

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I DO – Islington Hilton, London

Writer: Chloe Moss Director: Daphna Attias Reviewer: Christopher Hong [rating:4]   The maid of honour screaming and running down the hotel corridor, wrapped in a towel half naked while chasing her daughter six times in an hour may alarm some guests in a hotel. But this is part of the show from Dante Or Die, a new show, co-commissioned by ...

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La Fille a la Mode- Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Director: Daphna Attias and Terry O’Donovan Reviewer: Lizzie Kirkwood [rating:3] La Fille a la Mode is a site-specific promenade piece at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, in which an all-female company leads the audience on a musical journey inspired by women throughout the ages. The piece uses dance, song and monologues, peppered with enjoyable allusions to Coco Chanel, silent film, it ...

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Not Another Musical – Latitude Festival, Henham Park

Writers: Morgan Lloyd Malcom and Katie Lyons Directors: Ellie Browning and Terry O’Donovan Review: Glen Pearce [rating: 4] Potential subjects for musicals never cease to amaze. We’ve had song and dance shows based on Jerry Springer, trains and even singing cats. For Latitude Look Left, Look Right have put their tongues firmly in their cheeks to lampoon the genre, creating ...

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Pulse Fringe Festival: Ten Out Of Ten – New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Performed &devised by: Stuart Barter, Clare Dunn &Terry O'Donovan Reviewer: Glen Pearce In an age of ‘deferred success’ when competitive completion is frowned upon as everyone needs to be seen as a winner, how do we measure our achievements? Through driving tests, swimming certificates, or our work achievements? Or are our achievements and failures a more integral part of our ...

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