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Sounds & Sorcery: Celebrating Fantasia – The Vaults, London

Director: Daisy Evans Reviewer: Hannah Powell Disney and theatre fans alike have begun to flock to The Vaults to catch a glimpse of their latest immersive creation; Sounds & Sorcery: Celebrating Fantasia. An event that promises to be a “completely immersive sound and visual extravaganza” allowing you to create your own path through the underground tunnels. Using cutting-edge binaural sound, audio ...

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Ringside – The Lowry, Salford

Trapeze artist Ellie Dubois swinging on trapeze using her legs

Reviewer: Jo Beggs A solitary audience member is taken through a locked door, into a bare breeze-block corridor which leads to the back of the Lyric stage. Through a second door, you’re plunged into the darkness of the stage, dark except for an empty trapeze glowing with soft golden light. A sharp line of light on the floor just inside ...

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A Little Man’s Holiday – Exeter Phoenix, Exeter

Paddleboat Theatre's A Little Man's Holiiday

Writers/Devisers: PaddleBoat Theatre Company Music: Hattie Brown Reviewer: Lucy Corley   The tale of A Little Man’s Holiday begins the moment its audience enter the Exeter Phoenix. Little Man and his mother welcome us in the lobby with their infectious joy, and the genuine delight and belief in their story that are fast becoming hallmarks of PaddleBoat Theatre Company. Aimed ...

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PALS: The Irish at Gallipoli – Collins’ Barracks, Dublin

Director: Louise Lowe Reviewer: Ciara Murphy Walking into the National Museum at Collins' Barracks Dublin it is hard not to be awed by the palpable sense of history present in the building. It is these surroundings that Anu Productions have chosen for their latest productionPALS: The Irish at Gallipoli. This performance focuses on the 7th Battalion of the Royal Dublin ...

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Veil – The HUB, Leeds

Creators: Shanaz Gulzar &Kully Thiarai Writer: Kay Adshead Reviewer: Holly Spanner The veil, in religious context is intended to show honour to an object or space. For Muslim women and girls there are a number of varieties which are worn in accordance with hijab – the principle of dressing modestly, and obscuring that which men find sexually attractive. There are ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: Zombies: why death is like dying or are you working hard enough – D-Light Studios, Dublin

Writer and Director: Devised by Ensemble Reviewer: Ciara Murphy Emerging from D-Light Studios at 6am tired, bewildered and covered in talcum powder is not the norm for most theatrical experiences, however, Zombies: why death is like dying or are you working hard enough brings fringe theatre to a whole new level. This devised and durational performance takes place from 1am ...

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