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Macbeth – HOME, Manchester

Anna Maxwell Martin & John Heffernan in Carrie Cracknell's Macbeth

Writer: William Shakespeare Directors: Carrie Cracknell and Lucy Guerin Reviewer: Peter Jacobs   Following their highly regarded collaboration on Medea at the National Theatre, Carrie Cracknell and Lucy Guerin create a new version of Shakespeare’s supernatural tragedy. This co-production with Birmingham Repertory Theatre, the Young Vic and HOME takes a similarly bold approach, editing William Shakespeare’s text and adding contemporary ...

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Company Chameleon: Beauty of the Beast – The Lowry, Salford

Artistic Directors: Anthony Missen &Kevin Edward Turner Choreography: Anthony Missen Original Music: Miguel Marin &Kevin Lennon Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Company Chameleon - already Manchester's best-loved and established dance company - continues to go from strength to strength. After years as a duo, becoming an ACE portfolio company has allowed them to further expand their artistic reach. Their new show, Beauty ...

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Dancing Partners – The Lowry, Salford

Choreography: Thomas Noone, Anthony Missen &Kevin Edward Turner Music: Jim Pinchen, Savath + Savalas, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Gjallarhorn Reviewer: Peter Jacobs   Dancing Partners is billed as an international triple bill of dance and brings together Barcelona-based (although British born) Thomas Noone Dance Company, Manchester's Company Chameleon and Sweden's Norrdans. Thomas Noone's Brutal Love Poems, for his own company, is a ...

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The Rodin Project – The Lowry, Salford

Choreographer: Russell Maliphant Music: Alexander Zekke Reviewer: Laura Maley [Rating:4] An Auguste Rodin-inspired dance show from award-winning choreographer Russell Maliphant and Sadler’s Wells offers glimpses of sculptural beauty, and some astonishing skill at The Lowry, but perhaps too much reliance on statue stillness. The first act of The Rodin Project has obvious allusions to classical art: four columns of white ...

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Flow – The Print Room, London

Choreographer: Hubert Essakow Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:3] Since setting up as a new venue in 2010, The Print Room has pulled together programmes covering a wide range of artistic disciplines. So while the following months sees live sculpture making and plays from Brian Friel and Amy Herzog, one can currently take in an exhibition of photography and an international dance ...

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