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User Not Found – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Creators: Daphna Attias and Terry O’Donovan Writer: Chris Goode Director: Daphna Attias Reviewer: Stephen Bates Firstly, this show is not found at the Traverse Theatre itself, rather it is at the Jeelie Piece Café, a modern corner coffee bar about ten minutes walk away. The show is site-specific and immersive; lattes and muffins are optional and come at extra cost. ...

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I Do, – Hilton Hotel Docklands, London

Creators: Daphna Attias, Terry O’Donovan Writer: Chloe Moss Director: Daphna Attias Reviewer: Nichola Daunton First performed as part of the Almeida Festival in August 2013, Dante or Die’s site-specific work I Do takes its audience on a journey through six hotel rooms on the morning of a wedding. Divided into six groups with the help of coloured paper roses, the ...

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I DO – Islington Hilton, London

Writer: Chloe Moss Director: Daphna Attias Reviewer: Christopher Hong [rating:4]   The maid of honour screaming and running down the hotel corridor, wrapped in a towel half naked while chasing her daughter six times in an hour may alarm some guests in a hotel. But this is part of the show from Dante Or Die, a new show, co-commissioned by ...

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The Tin Soldier – The Civic, Barnsley

Writer: Hans Christian Andersen Adaptor: Peut-Etre Theatre Music: Lemez and Fridel Director: Daphna Attias Reviewer: Ray Taylor [rating:3.5] For those of you who are familiar with the title of this tale but have forgotten the actual storyline here it is: it tells of a brave tin soldier who stands to attention with the rest of his toy regiment despite having ...

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La Fille a la Mode- Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Director: Daphna Attias and Terry O’Donovan Reviewer: Lizzie Kirkwood [rating:3] La Fille a la Mode is a site-specific promenade piece at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, in which an all-female company leads the audience on a musical journey inspired by women throughout the ages. The piece uses dance, song and monologues, peppered with enjoyable allusions to Coco Chanel, silent film, it ...

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