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The Wedding – Liverpool Playhouse

black and white image of five people at work

Creators: Gecko Theatre Director: Amit Lahav Reviewer: Clare Boswell The joy of watching anything by Gecko is two-fold. Firstly, one knows that they are always in for an evening of the most top-notch of physical theatre. Gecko performers have an ability to glide across a stage in an almost other-worldly manner. However, the second joy of a Gecko production, and perhaps ...

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The Wedding – The Lighthouse, Poole

Created by: Amit Lahav Associate Director: Rich Rusk Music: Dave Price Reviewer: Sophie Huggins Many things are associated with a wedding: abundant flowers, big white dresses and loud music, but most importantly, a happy couple committing their lives to one another. All this rings true in this unforgettable depiction of a modern ceremony, with the addition of one thing: the ...

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Institute – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Director: Amit Lahav Design: Rhys Jarman and Amit Lahav Reviewer: Michelle Haynes In a world where we are becoming increasingly disconnected through new technology and the obsession with success, do people still care for one another? Institutionalised by capitalist society, Gecko Theatre’s production Institute explores the human nature of compassion and reliance on each other among the monotony of daily ...

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Institute – Northern Stage, Newcastle

Created by Amit Lahav Music: Dave Price Director: Amit Lahav Reviewer: Gemma Hirst Ever wondered what happens to those memoires that somehow manage to find themselves into a cupboard that was always locked and never opened? Gecko bring to Northern Stage a demanding physical performance about four men’s journeys that intersect into a beautiful piece which they have namedInstitute. Focusing ...

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