From ‘anarcho-punk ballet’ onwards: Ka Bradley reviews a double bill from Julie Cunningham and Company.
If melancholy could be visualised… Rebecca Latham reviews Sacekripa’s performance as part of the London International Mime Festival 2017.
Squishy, pulpy, squelchy, flabby: Diana Damian Martin reviews Turned On Its Head’s show for babies and toddlers.
NORMAL THEATRE SUCKS! Amelia Forsbrook is soaked, glittered and submerged in the excess of J-pop fandom.
“Both a threat and a sympathetic expression of despair”: Amy Borsuk reviews Blitz Theatre Group’s performance as part of LIFT 2016.
“Three very good reasons to vote ‘Stay'”: Amelia Forsbrook reviews the highlights of BE Festival.
The circus where ‘no one is a “freak”, only a little lonely, a little heart-worn and frightened of the world.’
“And the dominoes fall”: Maddy Costa’s poetic response to part of London International Mime Festival 2016.
Poetics of the uncanny.
Analogue and total documentation.
Radio for the live art generation.
A double-bill of Beckett.
A series of screens.