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Cuzco – Theatre 503, London

Writer: Victor Sánchez Rodriguez Translator: William Gregory Director: Kate O’Connor Reviewer: Stephen Bates Tourists visiting the city of Cuzco, high in the Peruvian Andes, tend to observe that remnants of the Inca civilisation seem to be outliving those of their Spanish conquerors. This 70-minute one-act play, named after that city, likens the legacy of Spanish colonialism to the crumbling relationship ...

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Home – The Lowry, Salford.

Writers: Amber Onat Gregory and Lucy Garland. Director: Kate O’Connor. Reviewer: Sam Lowe. Frozen Light Theatre’s Home teases out the inner child in everyone, regardless of their age and who they are. The production immerses special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and non-SEND audiences in a multi-sensory story of wonder and discovery. In the story, Scarlet and Olive must learn ...

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World Factory – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Director: Zoe Svendsen and Simon Daw Game Co-Writers:Zoe Svendsen, Simon Daw, Kate O'Connor, Brian Walters, David Issacs Reviewer: Glen Pearce   Immersive Theatre – terrifying or engaging? Select 1 for terrifying or 2 for engaging. You have 45 seconds to choose… Isn’t all theatre meant to be immersive? We’re not talking onstage stand up ritual humiliation here How much more ...

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