Rebecca Blasdale-Smith

Arts

Review: Richard Alston’s Dance Company at the Norwich Theatre Royal

This show featured a collection of intricate contemporary dance pieces developed by Richard Alston over his fifty-year career as an award-winning dancer and choreographer. The performance was split into quarters: Mid Century Modern, Detour, Proverb and Alston’s most recent project Brahms Hungarian. Each quarter presented different styles of movement and merged classical with contemporary ballet,…

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Review: Bad Dog at the UEA Drama Studio

Bad Dog by Ashley Milne is a new piece of writing that had a successful debut at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Now Inkwell Productions have brought Milne’s work to life for a two-night run that worked well in the intimate space of the UEA Drama Studio Rehearsal Room. Touching on dark and thought-provoking themes,…

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