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Octopus Soup! – Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Writers: Jack Milner and Mark Stevenson, Director: Joe Harmston Reviewer: Nicole Craft Seymour Norse (Nick Hancock) is about to receive the most important phone call of his life. He’s persuaded his bigwig boss to give him 20 minutes of her time to pitch an idea that he thinks will save the company’s (and his own) bacon. He’s rinsed his mouth out, pressed ...

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The Hunters Grimm – Deptford, London

Creators: Teatro Vivo Director: Sophie Austin Reviewer: Stephen Bates   These are grim times for the Brothers Grimm. They have no more stories to tell and they need our help to scour the streets of Deptford and find new ones. But, to worsen matters,one of them, Wilhelm is suffering from severe depression, making it essential that we find a happy ...

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Blog: Teatro Vivo’s Joel Mellinger on The Hunters Grimm rehearsals

As opening night for The Hunters Grimm approaches,Joel Mellinger tells us about his first experience of working with Teatro Vivo and the rehearsal process.   I'm just coming to the end of the first week of rehearsals of Teatro Vivo's production of The Hunters Grimm. This is my first time of working with the company, who specialise in site-specific promenade ...

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BLOG: Teatro Vivo on working in unusual spaces

Continuing our look behind Teatro Vivo'sautumnseason, Artistic Associate Mark Stevenson talks about the challenges, andrewards, of working in non traditional theatre spaces.   Mother Courage opened on Friday on the Woolwich Arsenal site, and on the day of the first performance I was reminded why we create our shows in such public locations. A man came up to me and ...

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