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WOS TV: Top Theatre Video Picks - 30 Jun 2010

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  • Headlong’s Salome Continuing as part of it’s UK tour, Salome can currently be seen wowing audiences at the Hampstead Theatre. The brutal power of ancient myth collides with twentieth century decadence in Oscar Wilde's astonishing verse tragedy, brilliantly re-imagined by the acclaimed young director Jamie Lloyd. Only in London for another few weeks, be sure to catch this electric ensemble performance before it’s too late.
  • London Dance gets big! - Led by the Mayor of London in partnership with Arts Council England, the T-Mobile Big Dance is the ultimate dance experience takeing place in 2010 and in 2012. It features 9 days of dance activities, events and performances taking place across London and the aim is to encourage people to 'get into dance, increase fitness levels and generate a legacy of dance for all’. Head over to //www.bigdance2010.com
  • Holding the Man - Starring Jane Turner and Simon Burke, the award-winning hit play from Australia is making its UK debut at Trafalgar Studios this Summer. Holding the Man has become one of the most successful Australian stage productions in recent years, breaking box office records, achieving a total of four sell out seasons in Sydney. A funny, tender and moving play following the remarkable true life love story of Timothy Conigrave and John Caleo, critics have raved about the piece and you can catch it here until 3 July.
  • Are you brave enough? – This totally unique West End show comes from the truly talented and dark minds of The League of Gentlemen's master of the macabre, Jeremy Dyson, and Andy Nyman, co-creator and director of Derren Brown's television and stage shows. Ghost Stories has already enjoyed sell out seasons at the Lyric Hammersmith and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse and is garnering quite a cult following. Ghost Stories mixes the very best of theatre with the buzz of a thrill-ride, delivering something unforgettable. Just keep telling yourself it's only a show...
    Selections by David Grewcock. You can view
    these – & many more – clips on
    If you've seen something you think is worth a watch for theatregoers,
    then please email us the clip or a link to it.
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