Category Archive: Review

No Faulting Fawlty?

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Tonia Myers relates her impressions of the Fawlty Towers Dining Experience.

The Boys Get The V, a free immersive experience

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This is how I felt when a group of us went to Vought’s London HQ to smuggle out some temp V.  The BOYS get the V – an immersive experience that ‘might just… Continue reading

Notes on the Culture and Commerce One Year On Reception – for my CF:SLR Cohort

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We were asked to write short summaries of our experience at the One Year On celebrations for Cohort members unable to attend. My summary – which represents my opinion at the time of… Continue reading

Review; Mogworld, Yahtzee Croshaw

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If you – unlike me – are not so starved of new works that you read all an authors’ works through upon discovering them, read Mogworld first with

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer

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Any exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery takes me at least three visits to appreciate fully. With its consistent yet quirky curation, multi-screen medley with each screen integral to the other, and every… Continue reading

Oreo Complex, GENERAL WASTE, COLLIDER. Three short reviews

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Review of three intriguing and distinct works of performance art at Siobhan Davies Dance’s Open Choreography Performance Evening

BlaQish at Resolutions 2020

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BlaQish is an innovative blend of tap, rhythm, hiphop and krump that stays true to the spirit of hiphop culture. Its moves and grooves examine the relationship of those in the Alpha Phi… Continue reading

Outrageous Behaviour: the beginning of a legacy?

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Will Outrageous Behaviour be the start of a legacy to inspire creativity in young people?

maliphantworks3: The Space Between

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Maliphant’s new work is a study in quiet intensity, yet I left frustrated.

Fucking Down by Amanda Lago and Fatal Tiger

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The range of human emotions displayed in ecstatic and contemporary dance with electronic sounds by Fatal Tiger, production by Amanda Lago