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Civilisation – Underbelly Big Belly, Edinburgh

Director: Jaz Woodcock-Stewart Choreography: Morgann Runacre-Temple and Company Producers: Antler, Eve Alin Design: Charlotte Espiner Lighting: Alex Fernandes Reviewer: Chloe St George We are used to music, when used in film and theatre, which contributes to an atmospheric landscape or ambles neatly alongside some emotional narrative. But Civilisation, the joint creation of Jazz Woodcock-Stewart and Morgann Runacre-Temple, has a beautiful ...

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Lands – Bush Theatre, London

Creator: Antler Director: Jaz Woodcock-Stewart Reviewer: Stephen Bates “The script is not sacred. It’s a blueprint” we are told in the preface to the printed text for Lands. A printed text normally signals that a work is a play, so anyone thinking of describing this piece as performance art or an extended comedy sketch needs to think again. Its Creator ...

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Lands – Summerhall, Edinburgh

two women, one spilling glass of water

Reviewer: David Doyle For many years Antler Theatre have been one of the most interesting companies producing work at the Edinburgh Fringe. Their unique style has won them critical praise and is wonderfully exemplified in Lands, which may just be their most engaging work to date. Two friends together in a room, one making jigsaws, the other bouncing on a trampoline, is ...

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If I Were Me – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Director: Jasmine Woodcock-Stewart Reviewer: David Doyle If I Were Me is the latest offering from Antler Theatre who are no stranger to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This latest piece centres on marketing man, Phillip, who is so totally unremarkable that nobody else in the office really notices him. What follows is a surreal look at Phillip’s life, as he moves ...

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