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600 People – Live Art Bistro, Leeds

Music includes: Blind Willie Johnson, Human Don't Be Angry Director: Rachael Walton Writer: Alexander Kelly Design: Daniel Fletcher (print and visuals), Nathaniel Warnes (animation) Reviewer: Rich Jevons Third Angel's 600 People is somewhere between stand-up comedy and an astrophysics lecture. The piece was sparked off by a conversation with Dr Simon Goodwin from the University of Sheffield and his work ...

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Pip Stewart – Human impact on a remote region – Exeter Phoenix

Writer and presenter: Pip Stewart Production: The Royal Geographical Society with IBG Reviewer: Margarita Shivarova Pip Stewart (Phillippa Stewart), is a journalist, explorer, and adventure seeker, and delivers a talk that is emotional, informative and inspiring. She looks back at her expeditions in Brazil, Peru, and Guyana bringing her personal observations and learning curves into focus, and painting a picture that ...

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Elis James & John Robins: The Holy Vible Book – The Lowry,Salford

Reviewer: Matt Forrest Elis James and John Robins have had great success individually. James is a musician, TV/radio presenter, actor and stand-up comic, whilst Robins is also an award-winning stand-up and presenter in his own right. The pair joined forces in 2014 to present an afternoon radio programme for XFM (now Radio X). The show was both a critical and ...

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Jon Ronson’s Psychopath Afternoon- The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Adapting a complex non-fiction book to the stage is not easy; inevitably much of the detail will be lost and the best one can hope to achieve is a show that summarises the source material or gives an indication of the themes. Journalist Jon Ronson takes the latter approach in Jon Ronson’s Psychopath Afternoon; explaining how he ...

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Joanna Lumley: It’s All About Me – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Jo Beggs From Ken Barlow’s girlfriend to Purdey, Bond Girl to Patsy Stone, Joanna Lumley has been carving out her role as National Treasure for nearly fifty years. Most recently she’s been getting all emotional under the Northern Lights and following the Silk Road, remaking herself as a go-to celebrity to front travel documentaries. It’s no wonder she’s in ...

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Latitude: Sally Butcher, Persepolis – Theatre of Food

Reviewer: Robin Winters Last year's Latitude was criticised a little for reducing the amount of theatre/spoken word performance spaces that were on offer with The Speakeasy combining the Poetry and Literature tents and the removal of The Little House, so it is good to see some new areas having popped up around the site. One of these new additions is ...

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Latitude Festival: Patrick Barkham | Islander – The Speakeasy

Reviewer: Simon Topping Patrick Barkham has a lot of ground to cover in such a short time. In his new book Islander, Barkham has visited an astonishing amount of the British archipelago in his search for the quirks, joys and challenges of small island living. Inspired by the D H Lawrence story The Man Who Loved Islands, where a man ...

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