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Beautiful - The Carol King Musical tickets

Steven is a Writer, Artist and Reviewer. He has reviewed theatre and art for many years and has written for comic books, video games and also for theatre.


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The Garden

The Garden

Set at a time when humanity’s resources have run out, John and Zinnie Harris’ dystopian tale tells of a couple at the end of their tether. Living on the 10th floor of a high-rise block, they discover hope in the form of a strange tree growing through their kitchen floor. Based on an original Continue Reading

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Am I Dead Yet?

Am I Dead Yet?

Death is no longer a moment. It's a process. A process that can be reversed. Two friends, talking (and singing) about what happens when we die, how we think about dying and, most importantly, how some of us might be brought back. Performed by Jon Spooner and Chris Thorpe, Am I Dead Yet? is filled Continue Reading

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Mwathirika

Mwathirika

Non-verbal puppet play about the lost history of a nation, created and performed by Papermoon Puppet Theatre, a contemporary puppetry theatre from Indonesia. Papermoon Puppet Theatre has transformed puppetry the way graphic novels changed the perception of comics: taking a popular form too often Continue Reading

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The Dance Dome

The Dance Dome

An intimate 360° immersive cinema experience that wraps the audience within three unique dance films, featuring choreography by the award-winning Earthfall, Taikabox and Harnisch-Lacey Dance (2012 Innovation Prize Winner, Domefest USA). Experience dance like never before. www.thedancedome.com Continue Reading

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The Portrait Firm

The Portrait Firm

The tragic love story of Edgar and Elizabeth comes to life as reality is transformed through dreams. Witness sparks fly from its cogs and mechanisms as The Portrait Firm reflects the life of an artist.   Continue Reading

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Refugees of the Septic Heart

Refugees of the Septic Heart

Explosive physicality, urban soundscapes and graphic visuals ignite in a mischievous exploration of life perched on the brink of change. Digital animation, music (Shackleton) and dance from the creators of 2011 Fringe hit, I Infinite. Continue Reading

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For Their Own Good

For Their Own Good

Two knackermen, a horse, a gun and a tiny metropolis full of death. Can the way we kill animals teach us anything about our own demise? Moving and darkly comic theatre. Part of British Council Showcase. Continue Reading

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