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Candoco Dance Company: Double Bill – The Lowry, Salford 

Choreography: Alexander Whitley, Yasmeen Godder Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Candoco Dance Company are the UK’s leading company of disabled and non-disabled dancers, founded in 1991, and successfully creating work that challenges perceptions and preconceptions with a passionate commitment to celebrating diversity, in all its forms. 2017 has seen a change of artistic leadership for the company with long-standing co-artistic directors Pedro ...

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Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle – Wyndham’s Theatre, London

Writer: Simon Stephens Director: Marianne Elliot Reviewer: Richard Maguire Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle states that it is impossible to know both the position and the velocity of an object; the more we focus on the object’s position the less we know about its momentum. It’s not that our measuring tools are inadequate, but that there is some uncertainty inherent in nature. ...

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Things I Know To Be True – Oxford Playhouse

Cast of Things I Know to be True

Writer:Andrew Bovell Directors:Geordie Brookman and Scott Graham Reviewer: Katy Roberts A collaboration between the State Theatre Company of South Australia and Frantic Assembly, Andrew Bovell’s Things I Know To Be True invites us into the lives of a seemingly perfect family, who turn out to be anything but, with searing and devastating effect. First premiered in early 2016 in Adelaide, ...

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CounterActs – Jerwood Dance House, Ipswich

Company: CandocoDance Company Choreographers:AlexanderWhitley and Hetain Patel Director:Hetain Patel Reviewer: Paul Couch The dance purists will most likely detest the second part of Candoco’sCounterActs –Let’s Talk About Dis.Unlike the first sequence,Beheld,we’re offered more comedy than actual physical performance but that’s not to say that it’s any less valid – just starkly and irreverently different. We’ll forgive the cheeky nod towards ...

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Marc Brew: Exalt – Tramway, Glasgow

Choreographer: Marc Brew in collaboration with the company Direction: Marc Brew Music: Nils Frahm Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys In this world premiere of Exalt, Marc Brew has created an exceptionally emotive, eloquently choreographed, ultimately uplifting piece of work. Choreographed in collaboration with the dancers of Scottish Ballet and inclusive dance development company Indepen-dance who provide opportunities for people with a diverse ...

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