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Charge – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Music: Sophy Smith and Tim Dickinson Director: Kevin Finnan Choreography: Kevin Finnan, with additional material from the company Reviewer: Rich Jevons Charge is the final part of Motionhouse's Earth Trilogy, developing on themes explored in Scattered (2009) and Broken (2013), celebrating the company's 30th anniversary. Director Kevin Finnan worked closely with Professor Frances Ashcroft of Oxford University, author of The ...

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Three Sisters – Tobacco Factory Theatre, Bristol

Words, music and performance by RashDash (after Chekhov) Reviewer: Julia Beasley It’s Chekhov, but not as you know it. Actually, it’s not Chekhov at all. Or perhaps it’s Chekhov torn into bits, mashed up, smeared thinly over a feminist diatribe against patriarchy, and then set to live music and dance. RashDash imagines the original three Russian sisters Olga, Masha and ...

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All My Sons – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Michael Emans Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Legendary playwright Arthur Miller has one of his most famous works played out at Edinburgh's King's Theatre this week. Brought to the stage by Rapture Theatre, All My Sons is Miller's heartfelt tale of family, love and loss in post-war America. The Keller's lost their son, Larry, in the bloodshed of ...

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