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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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PULSE FESTIVAL 2016: Third Angel – 600 People

Writer and Performer: AlexanderKelly Director: Rachael Walton BSL Interpreter: Caroline Jane Smith Reviewer: Paul Couch Third Angel’s 600 People has something of an air of the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures about it. It’s accessible, not at all stuffy, and genuinely entertaining. Is it “theatre”? Probably not in the conventional sense but Third Angel does have a reputation for pushing boundaries ...

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Equations For A Moving Body – The Carriageworks, Leeds

Writer: Hannah Nicklin Director: Alexander Kelly Reviewer: Rich Jevons In this moving and engaging one-woman show, we are introduced to the world of endurance sports, and, in particular, the psychology behind it. It is billed as “a story about the physiology of endurance”, but it is also writer Hannah Nicklin’s own story. It has been made alongside research by scientists ...

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The Life and Loves of a Nobody – Studio Theatre, Sheffield

Writers: Rachael Walton and Chris Thorpe Director: Rachael Walton Co-Director: Alexander Kelly Reviewer: Fiona Hannon The Life and Loves of a Nobody is exactly as the title suggests, the story of an unremarkable woman. Rachael (the “nobody” in question) is 36 and grew up on the 18th floor of a tower block, eating carefully balanced popcorn, gazing at the stars ...

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Edinburgh Fringe: What I Heard About The World – Northern Stage @ St Stephen’s

Writers: Jorge Andrade, Alexander Kelly, Chris Thorpe Reviewer: Deborah Klayman [rating:4] When you really think about the world, it’s a bizarre and wonderful place. Arranging an absurd assortment of stories gleaned from the seven million personal stories that make it up, What I Heard About the World is a collaborative piece of theatrical performance weaves some of the most surprising ...

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