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Bunnies – Brewery Theatre, The Tobacco Factory, Bristol

Writer: Kieran Lynn Director: David Lockwood Reviewer: Holly Spanner [rating:4] A play concerning a farmer’s radical attempt to restore his land to its supposed former glory, and the differing reactions of his children, or Bunnies for short, has quite possibly the most accurate title devised for theatre in recent times. Pessimistic and feeling nostalgic for the past, Farmer Stamper’s farm ...

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Batsheva Ensemble: Deca Dance – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Choreographer and Artistic Director: Ohad Naharin Reviewer: Jonathan Goat [rating:5] The history of the Batsheva Dance Company is linked closely to thedevelopment of contemporary dance itself: the artistic advisor at itsinception was none other than the legendary Martha Graham. OhadNaharin, a Batsheva pupil of Graham’s, has ensured that the companycontinues to have a dynamic effect on the modern dance world. ...

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Relatively Speaking – Richmond Theatre, London

Writer: Alan Ayckbourn Director: Lindsay Posner Reviewer: Samuel Hopkins [Rating:4] Among the idyllic hills of Buckinghamshire in a quaint little village comes one huge mess of a situation that is guaranteed to have you smiling from ear to ear. Alan Ayckbourn’s first West-End comedy hit has made a major comeback touring across the UK this year and can currently be ...

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