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LAUNCH: Guest Director Rokia Traoré announces Brighton Festival 2019 program

England's largest annual curated multi-arts festival is back. In its 53rd year, the Brighton Festival is this year guest directed by Malian singer-songwriter, Rokia Traoré and promises to be a celebration of multi-cultural story telling, with a key focus on dance and music. Traoré herself is bringing three exclusive performances to Brighton. A mix of Malian storytelling and music, structured ...

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Superhoe – Jerwood Theatre Upstairs

Writer: Nicôle Lecky Director: Jade Lewis Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty There is a lot to get through in this tight, 85 minute, single-performer show. Nicôle Lecky wrote this show, is the single performer and absolutely doesn’t let up as she pushes through the tough life she created for Sasha Clayton. It’s a massive show with drugs, prostitution, identity and racial issues ...

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The Tenant of Wildfell Hall – Octagon Theatre, Bolton

Writer: Anne Brontë Adaptor: Deborah McAndrew Director: Elizabeth Newman Reviewer: Jo Beggs If you’re familiar with Anne Brontë’s 1848 novel, you’ll know that it’s a gripping tale of love, loss and human failing. You’ll also know that it harbours some dark issues that remain, unfortunately, completely relevant to a 21st Century audience. If, like this reviewer, you have seriously failed ...

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