'2 Dimensional Life of Her' - Fleur Elise Noble

25. January 2012 Penny Francis

Memory paints pictures of an environment of blacks, whites and greys with sudden bursts of intense colour, as when the whole stage burns down in a ferocious fire caused by a careless smoker. Fire is noisy, and the noise of breaking wood and glass added to the fear that just maybe the fire was real and we the audience were in danger. 

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'Fragments de Vie' - Théâtre Tête de Pioche

25. January 2012 Isobel Smith

After a tantalising peek at Christine Saint-André's beautiful static installations in the anti-chamber, we leave our coats, bags and are shoeless and penniless as we enter the inner sanctum.

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'Plucked' - Invisible Thread

21. January 2012 Isobel Smith

Yes, beware the wolf-man and the raven too, for in Plucked, a dark fairytale about desire and betrayal, the horny wolf does get the girl and the bitter crone raven will wreak her bitter revenge on you peck-by-peck.

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'A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings' - Kneehigh / Little Angel Theatre

19. January 2012 Isobel Smith

The action begins with the fabulous nosy old woman, nebbing out of her cottage window and busy-bodying around the streets. She is very happy to offer her opinions and miserable premonitions.

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'Translunar Paradise' - Theatre Ad Infinitum

17. January 2012 Matt Jackson

Theatre Ad Infinitum's latest production is performed by a talented trio combining the techniques of classic mask work, dance, Feldenkrais movement, Lecoq physical training, circus skills and cabaret. 

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'The Table' - Blind Summit

13. January 2012 Isobel Smith

Blind Summit's new production The Table is almost three shows in one. The first slice of action sees a puppet Moses preparing to perform the last twelve hours of his life for us, in real time. 

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'Murmurs' - Aurélia Thierrée & Victoria Thierrée Chaplin

28. December 2011 Penny Francis

The Chaplin dynasty continues on its merry way, its latest offering being this piece of visual theatre from Charlie’s granddaughter Aurelia, directed by his daughter Victoria.

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'Still Life' - Folded Feather

6. November 2011 Liat Rosenthal

Still Life, presented by Folded Feather, was a visual journey into a post-apocalyptic landscape scattered with fragmented objects striving to find their place. The creatures inhabiting the darkness are formed from discarded objects: a chair, an old pair of boots, some pillowcases, each reconfigured into distinct characters with their own internal desires, fears, motives... hang-ups. 

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