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Arts

Review of Rambert – Life is a Dream

Life is a Dream follows a different format than the shows Rambert usually bring on tour; instead of a myriad of pieces performed separately between intervals, this production focused on something like a full-length play, drawing on a range of influences. The dance show is primarily based upon the play Life is a Dream, written by…

Arts, OldVenue

Peeling Back the Curtain

Behind the curtain there’s a cacophony of last minute rehearsing, seemingly bizarre warm-up routines and stage hands prepping. It’s opening night and the audience have arrived en masse. Amongst the chaos everything has its place and the night is perfectly scheduled. The cast and crew’s excitement is palpable as programmes are handed out at the…

Arts

Sweeney Todd – review

“What’s the sound of the world out there?’” Well, “It’s man-devouring man my dear”, and the cackling of the Norwich Theatre Royal as a man has his throat slit on stage and proceeds to slide through a trap door to meet his gruesome death by being baked into a pie in Mrs. Lovett’s shop. Photo:…

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