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Latitude: Relaxation round-up

The ideal day for relaxation at Latitude would be Sunday, but this year, it felt fitting to start the weekend as we mean to go on and aim for the ultimate chill-out on the first full day. Kicking off with some Disco Yoga over at the Waterfront, Sarah Hunt does her absolute best to wind us all down before we ...

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Latitude Live: BBC Radio 4, The Kitchen Cabinet

Latitude Festival isn't the most obvious place for a live radio broadcast with rowdy campers and distant drum beats threatening to ruin a piece; but BBC Radio 4 decided to brave the potential elements once again and take some lucky festival-goers to a secret studio for a recording of their foodie panel show, The Kitchen Cabinet. Presented by Jay Rayner, ...

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LAUNCH: James Graham’s Sketching at Wilton’s Music Hall

Amidst all the clamour for greater representation across the industry, playwright James Graham and Director Thomas Hescott are about to genuinely change the lives of eight undiscovered writers with their collaborative new show James Graham’s Sketching, using Charles Dickens’ anthology-approach to storytelling in Sketches by Boz as its inspiration. The yet to be written show will portray 24-hours of London ...

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Earth’s Greatest…Conquerors! A Game Show – Caveat, New York

[Earth's Greatest] [Caveat, NYC]

Writers: KAZM Director: KAZM Music Director: Jen Kwok Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell Caveat, a relatively new performance venue on the Lower East Side, bills itself as a “home for intelligent nightlife,” offering comedy, storytelling, and music in a basement space decorated with academic artifacts. Earth’s Greatest (a comedy game show in which reanimated historical figures compete to stay in their reanimated ...

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Laura Bush Killed A Guy – The Flea, New York

Writer: Ian Allen Director: John Vreeke Reviewer: Robert Price Upon entering the theatre for Laura Bush Killed A Guy, a “cowboy cookie” is offered in sincerest hospitality to every patron to enjoy (or covet). The semi-sweet chocolate is balanced well with other flavors and textures: coconut, oats, and pecans. The treat feels hefty enough to satisfy. The script is less ...

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Fear of Oatmeal – Theater for the New City, New York

[Fear of Oatmeal] [Theater for the New City, NYC] (c)Walesca Ambroise

Writer: Muriel Miguel Director: Muriel Miguel Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell Today the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill are home to pricey condos, restaurants, and shopping destinations. There are a few remnants of the area’s earlier days as a hub for recent transplants to the city. It’s easy to spot the influence of the immigrants from Italy, Ireland, ...

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