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INTERVIEW: Counting Sheep at the VAULT Festival: Genuinely Interactive

Most shows at the VAULT Festival only run for five days, but a select few have longer runs including this year’s feature show Counting Sheep. Based on the Kiev uprising in 2014, audience members restage the revolution in a thrilling show designed by people who were there and by the Free Theatre of Belarus. The Reviews Hub caught up with ...

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Counting Sheep  – Vault Festival, London

Writers: Mark and Marichka Marczyk Directors: Natalia Kaliada and Nicolai Khalezin Reviewer:  Richard Maguire If there is to be a revolution in Britain, then there’s no doubt that it will be captured on mobile phones, and so the early instructions given by the cast of Counting Sheep, about the 2014 uprising in Kiev, are for us to keep our phones ...

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Turn 2016: Night 1 – Contact, Manchester

Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Turn – presented by Word of Warning, Contact and Dance Manchester – is the eighth annual micro festival of new north west dance, celebrating five years at Contact in 2016. Performed across two evenings, Turn presents a diverse range of new work and work in progress from north west-based dance makers and artists. As Manchester is rich ...

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Moving Dance Forward – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Reviewer: Peter Jacobs   Moving Dance Forward is a new joint initiative by MDI and Dance Manchester, bringing together The Lowry, Unity Theatre, Contact and the University of Salford to create a new North West Associate Dance Artist Scheme. This showcase presents new and work-in-progress work by local dance artists. The North West has far more independent dance artists and ...

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