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Glasgow Girls – Liverpool Playhouse

2017 UK Tour of The Glasgow Girls

Director/Composer: Cora Bissett Reviewer: John Roberts “Wee, sleekit, cow'rin, tim'rous beastie, O, what a panic's in thy breastie! Thou need na start awa sae hasty, Wi' bickering brattle! I wad be laith to rin an' chase thee, Wi' murd'ring pattle! In a post-Brexit state, the plight of the Glasgow Girls seems just as timely now as it was over a ...

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Whiteout – Zoo Southside, Edinburgh

barrowland ballet whiteout

Choreographer: Natasha Gilmore Reviewer: David Doyle Exploring bi-racial relationships, Whiteout, by Barrowland Ballet, is a pulsating and tender look at the complexities of relationships, race, and their intersection. Inspired by her own personal experiences from her marriage and as a mother, Natasha Gilmore’s choreography explodes on the stageand demonstrates why Barrowland Ballet is one of Scotland's most successful contemporary dance ...

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The River – The Briggait, Glasgow

Choreographer: Natasha Gilmore Musical Director: Quee MacArthur Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys With a cast of 150, Barrowland Ballet’s The River takes us on a literal and artistic journey with dance, live music and song, along the banks of the river on which the city of Glasgow is built – the Clyde. Exploring the stories of those who make the city their ...

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Glasgow Girls – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: David Greig Composers: Cora Bissett, The Kielty Brothers, Patricia Panther &MC Soom T Director: Cora Bissett Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys Glasgow 2005, and the city and its high rise blocks have become home to a diverse range of asylum seekers. Drumchapel High School has become the focus for the children of these asylum seekers, but it's a world where night-time ...

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Glasgow Girls – Theatre Royal Stratford East, London

Book: David Greig Music &Lyrics: Cora Bissett, Sumati Bhardwaj, Patricia Panther, Kielty Brothers Director: Cora Bissett Reviewer: John Roberts [Rating:4.5] David Greig and Cora Bissetts’s Glasgow Girls, packs a powerful political punch, while firmly holding its tongue firmly in its cheek. Telling the true story of a group of 15 year old friends forced together in 1995, when the government ...

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