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The Nature of Forgetting – Shoreditch Town Hall, London

Concept and Director: Guillaume Pige Reviewer: Maryam Philpott The memories of our lives are really just our favourite stories, fragments and disparate experience repackaged, reinterpreted and infused with retrospective meaning. Humans are storytellers, and in order to feel that we have purpose, that the things we have done were connected, our minds weave a narrative from this series of random ...

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The Nature of Forgetting – West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Devised by: Theatre Re Conceived and Directed by: Guillaume Pige Reviewer: Jay Nuttall The West Yorkshire Playhouse’s Every Third Minute festival continues as the theatre presents work dealing with dementia and collaborating with those living affected by the condition. Theatre Re’s physical piece premiered at The Edinburgh International Arts Festival last year and is now on tour. It is an extraordinary, high-energy ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Breaks – Smock Alley, Dublin

Director: Louisa Sanfey Reviewer: Saoirse Anton “Females have been insulted, as it were; and while they have been stripped of the virtues that should clothe humanity, they have been decked with artificial graces, that enable them to exercise a short lived tyranny.” - Mary Wollstonecraft This quote comes to mind upon watching Breaks, a production based on the true story ...

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Edinburgh Fringe: Eurydice – C eca

Writer: Sarah Ruhl Directors: Rebecca Speller &Nick Flooks Choreographer: Louise Wilcox Reviewer: Val Baskott [rating:4] This year’s Fringe offering Eurydice from UCLU is a re-telling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth by American playwright Sarah Ruhl. Eurydice is (Melissa Taylor) about to marry Orpheus (Rohan Pai). In the Underworld her dead father (Tim Mac) writes her letters; one finally reaches ...

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