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INTERVIEW | Didy Veldman Talks Weddings, Celebrations and Rituals in Immersive Dance Show ‘The Knot’

New dance company Umanoove are touring their second production The Knot, an immersive piece of dance that explores the idea of weddings and marriage. A cast of seven dancers play the roles of the bride, groom, best man and bridesmaids, and the audience members are invited to become the weddings guests as the celebrations unfold….

Musical Theatre Brunch at Studio 88

INSIDE | Studio 88 Launch West End Brunch

The hottest addition to the West End is the music venue Studio 88 in Leicester Square showcasing the hottest musical theatre performers. Aside from their incredibly popular after-hours live music, they’ve just launched a thrilling new brunch. Mix scrumptious food, electric music and bottomless prosecco and you have a tremendous afternoon of musical theatre fun….

Frantic Assembly The Unreturning UK Tour

REVIEW | The Unreturning | UK Tour

Frantic Assembly bring the trauma of war to the forefront of their powerful production The Unreturning. It’s a production that captures the physical and mental effect of war through parallel stories across three eras. Performed by a cast of four, it is slick and smoothly acted to tell four distinct stories. A traumatised young man…

REVIEW | The Lovely Bones | UK Tour

The haunting story of the much-loved novel The Lovely Bones is brought to life on stage in a theatrical production that looks at death in a thought-provoking way. Bryony Lavery’s adaptation of Alice Sebold’s powerful 2002 novel sticks largely to the text, opening with the horrendous rape and murder of 14-year-old girl Susie Salmon. After…

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