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A Fortunate Man – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Writer: John Berger and Jean Mohr Adaptor/Director: Michael Pinchbeck Reviewer: Lucy Lambert In 1967 writer and painter John Berger, together with photographer Jean Mohr, published A Fortunate Man, a portrait of country doctor John Sassall. It combines social observation with ethical and medical philosophy and paints not only a detailed portrait of a rural community and the dedicated doctor at ...

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Edinburgh International Exhibition of Photography – The Photographic Exhibition Centre, Edinburgh

photographs on display

Reviewer: Emily Hall While the 155th international exhibition of photography boasts a few impressive, thought-provoking photographs, it has no cohesiveness, a few stunningly inadequate photographs and a multitude of amateurish, poorly edited pieces. Much of the more traditional portraiture is impressive, highlights include First Touch by Sreten Pantelic and Lunchtime Rained Off by David Dyrne. There’s also a sampling of ...

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PREVIEW: What Lies Beneath – Hospital Club Gallery, Royal Opera House, London

Photographer: Rick Guest Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   Covent Garden is the primary home of ballet in London with The Royal Opera House on the western side and the Coliseum to the east. Appropriate then that this dancers’ province should be the location of Rick Guest’s new photography exhibition of ballerinas that opens at the Hospital Club Gallery on 22 January. ...

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