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Tmesis Theatre: Beyond Belief – The Lowry, Salford

Text: Chris Fittock Artistic Director: Elinor Randle Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Award-winning Tmesis Theatre are one of the UK’s leading physical theatre companies, creating vibrant and questioning touring theatre productions, workshops as well as delivering an annual festival - Physical Fest- all from their base in Liverpool. Their style is playful and curious, combining text, music, strong physical movement and dance, ...

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Tmesis Theatre: Happy Hour – The Lowry, Salford

Text: Chris Fittock Director: Elinor Randle Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Tmesis Theatre is one of the UK’s most innovative physical theatre companies. The company was founded in 2003 by Kate Cave, Yorgos Karamalegos and Elinor Randle; it was run by Karamalegos and Randle from 2005-2010, when Karamalegos relocated to London. The company is now led by Artistic Director, Elinor Randle. The ...

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That’s Amore – Square Chapel, Halifax

Writer: Chris Fittock Original Music and Sound Designer: Meike Holzmann Director: Elinor Randle Reviewer: Rich Jevons Tmesis’ That’s Amore begins with the introduction of a primitive primal instinct evolving slowly into something more cerebral; lust becomes love. Played with rawness and wildness like unfettered wild beasts to more tender and sensitive behaviour, it is as if we are landing into ...

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NEWS: Tmesis Theatre announce family workshops for Physical Fest

Liverpool’s Tmesis Theatre and Physical Fest are back for 2014 and this year Physical Fest - the only festival of its kind in Europe, celebrates its 10th consecutive annual outing since its launch back in 2005. This year’s festival runs between Fri 23 – Sat 31 May 2014 and for the first time ever, will feature Young Physical Fest; a ...

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Hoof! – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Reviewer: Mel Duncan Imagine a world where one is whisked from the bygone factories of Northern England, to the open plains of the Great West, via a Titanic-esque liner, accompanied by foundry bells. All in a matter of minutes. That is a glimpse into the brilliantly bonkers experience that is Hoof! The brainchild of Rejects Revenge and Spike Theatre, Hoof! ...

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Homegrown – Z-Arts, Manchester

Femme by Taciturn Dance &Variations of the Heart by Tmesis Theatre Choreographers: Jennifer Hale, Jenny Rees, Jenna Roberts, Elinor Randle Music: La Femme, Los Zafiros, Meike Holzmann, Egle Mei Reviewer: Jo Beggs Homegrown is a new regular programme of work organised by Dance Manchester and Z-Arts showcasing local dance talent. If tonight’s offering is anything to go by this is ...

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