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Traces (Tour - Birmingham)
By Editorial Staff · 16 Feb 2010 · Central
This latest touring production which takes claim to ‘re-invent’ or ‘redesign’ the performance values of circus and acrobatics was well received during its run at the Edinburgh Festival and ...
Forever Young (Nottingham)
By Editorial Staff · 16 Feb 2010 · Central
Who says the Swiss lack a sense of humour? Erik Gedeon’s Forever Young at the Nottingham Playhouse certainly tickles the funny bones of a British audience for all its Teutonic oddness. Gideon’s
International Dance Festival Hits Birmingham
By Editorial Staff · 11 Feb 2010 · Central
Driven by Dance xchange and Birmingham Hippodrome, IDFB 2010 will see a host of international choreographers, performances and participatory events descend on the UK’s second city. The
Nottingham Stages Edgar's Arthur & Lockerbie
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Feb 2010 · West End
Nottingham Playhouse will host David Edgar's new adaptation of Julian Barnes' bestselling novel Arthur and George as part of its spring season, which also sees the premiere of a new play by ...
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake
By Editorial Staff · 10 Feb 2010 · Central
Matthew Bourne’s infamous reworking of the classical ballet is now in its 15th year; attracting continuous worldwide acclaim, sold out houses and standing ovations. Sometimes such a reception ca
Swan Lake (Tour - Birmingham)
By Editorial Staff · 10 Feb 2010 · Central
Matthew Bourne’s infamous reworking of the classical ballet is now in its 15th year; attracting continuous world wide acclaim, sold out houses and standing ovations. Sometimes such a reception c
End of the Rainbow
By Editorial Staff · 10 Feb 2010 · West End
A star is well and truly reborn at Trafalgar Studios where Tracie Bennett brings to vivid last-gasp-of-life Judy Garland in Peter Quilter’s new comedy-drama End of the Rainbow. Set in the
Traces (Tour - Milton Keynes)
By Editorial Staff · 10 Feb 2010 · Central
Les 7 Doigts de la Main, which translates as the 7 fingers of the hand, is a twist on the French idiom ‘The five fingers of the hand’, used to describe distinctness and unity in one body.
My Wonderful Day (Tour - Oxford)
By Editorial Staff · 10 Feb 2010 · Central
Alan Ayckbourn’s name has long become synonymous with light-hearted, bourgeois comedies and his seventy-third offering for the stage runs much along the same lines – only he has done much
Those Magnificent Men (tour)
By Michael Coveney · 8 Feb 2010 · West End
There’s a whole other world out there of small, natty, funny little touring shows playing arts centres and village halls round the country. It seems doubly appropriate, therefore, that the re

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