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Wise Children – Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Writer: Emma Rice, adapted from the novel by Angela Carter Director: Emma Rice Reviewer: Selwyn Knight Wise Children is the acclaimed final novel by Angela Carter, now adapted by Emma Rice as the inaugural production of her new company, also called Wise Children, following her tenure as artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe. The plot concerns twin girls, Nora and Dora ...

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Wise Children – Storyhouse, Chester

Writer: Angela Carter Director: Emma Rice  Reviewer: Clare Howdon Emma Rice appears to have something of a love affair with Angela Carter. After directing Nights at the Circus in 2006, Rice’s adaptation of Carter’s seminal novel Wise Children (which is also coincidentally the name of her new theatre company) is currently doing the rounds in the UK, following a successful run at the Old ...

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Wise Children – Theatre Royal, York

Writer: Angela Carter Adapted by: Emma Rice Director: Emma Rice Designer: Vicki Mortimer Composer/Musical Director: Ian Ross Reviewer: Ron Simpson Wise Children is the name of a new theatre company founded by Emma Rice, after her long tenure of the role of Artistic Director of Kneehigh and her rather shorter stay at Shakespeare’s Globe. Wise Children is also the name ...

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Vampirella – Smock Alley, Dublin

Director: Conor Hanratty Composer: Siobhan Cleary Librettist: Katy Hayes Conductor: Andrew Synnott Reviewer: Laura Marriott The world premiere of Opera Briefs 2017 production of Vampirella took place this evening in the main stage of Smock Alley Theatre. This work by composer Siobhan Cleary is the result of a creative partnership between the Royal Irish Academy of Music and The Lir ...

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The Stick House – Lo-Co Klub, Bristol

Writer: Sharon Clark Director: Anna Ledwich Reviewer: Joan Phillips   Bristol welcomes a new, innovative theatre space,The Lo-Co Klub. Situated in the arches under Bristol Temple Meads station, the dark, damp, brick-lined, earthy chambers provide the ideal setting for this gothic horror yarn. With a nod to Angela Carter’s Bloody Chamber and a few glances toother fairy tale classics,writer Sharon ...

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