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REVIEW | Some Greater Class | The Lowry

Hidden away at the top of the Lowry is the Compass Room, frequently used for weddings and events the theatre are utilising this fantastic space to stage the provocative and sexually powerful Some Greater Class. With the set resembling a modern-day garden of Eden, choreographer Holly Blakey delves into the hyper-sexualised language of modern music…

REVIEW | To a Simple, Rock ’n’ Roll . . . song | Michael Clark Company

Michael Clark’s Company are renowned for their innovatively wild productions inspired by the 1980s cults. Choreographer Michael Clark emerged as a prodigy at London’s Royal Ballet School, and he uses the slick technique of classical ballet and combines it with extravagant ideas and themes. He breaks the boundaries of dance by combining contrasting styles to…

REVIEW | Beyond Caring |UK Tour

Beyond Caring explores dark humour in an intimate play about four people that work the night shift in a meat factory. Using innovative surroundings, the play takes place on the stage of the Birmingham Rep. With the audience positioned in thrust, the stage has been transformed into an industrial space that allows the audience to…