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Preview At Pegasus theatre today, the Neposedy Dance Group from Perm, Russia will be bringing their characteristic energy and excellent choreography to tell the story of The Great Little Prince, a ordinary person who travels from planet to planet. In the piece, The Great Little Prince sees the issues and societies that each planet represents. […]

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Preview Anne-Laure Dubois of CIE Créarc leads a group of young performers from L’Atelier Théâtre du Collège Bayard in this performance exploring loneliness. In a desperate attempt to feel less alone, the central character Cassandre invites four young people to her house for pretend birthday celebration. However they find that even in company, people can […]

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The entire bus ride back to the hostel, people were talking about the Lithuanian show. This morning, the group was still receiving compliments for their performance. It is clear that they had s strong impact on the audience. Their play Still to Come… is a love story between two teenagers who, unfortunately can not be […]

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Haikus   I hate everything I did not like how it looked Cosmo’s hair, yes please Love is like a car Car horn goes off, all are sad Give me some lovin’ Junk in the trunk, yo Can I get a cup of that? Then there was nothing This bread is quite stale Do you […]

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As days pass by, acting/dancing groups have less and less time to joke around, and have to do some serious work. However, we managed to catch up with acting group 1.  They were rehearsing the very beginning of the play, where wounded Grendel is healed by his mothers. Yes, mothers. Grendel has three adoptive mothers […]

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Last night saw the performances by the Corby group of Zimbabwean performers – a diverse and engaging celebration of cultural heritage. Watching the performance, I was struck by the unity of the group, particularly in the sections where soundscapes and music were used. This allowed for rich vocal layers but also for individual voices to […]

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Preview The premise of MESH is multiculturalism, and it’s good to see this being promoted further in tonight’s production by the group from Bonn, Germany. Based on true stories, Mujeres is a theatrical piece about the protest of Chilean and Argentinean women after the disappearance of their husbands, friends and sons who have been arrested […]

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When I dropped in on the tech rehearsal for Little Theatre Academy’s piece, Still to Come… yesterday, it was a pleasure to see the calm focus of the nine young performers. The piece is based on a longer play, ‘Love, Jazz and the Devil’, from a Lithuanian playwright, and is performed in the home language […]

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A collaboration between Bonaventura and BplusC, Café – the Crossroads opened with a beautiful sequence of movement and music, which brought to life the image of a city at night, at once calm and wrought, busy and deserted. The script, which was written by two of the actors, Adriaan Spaargaven and Sander van Egmond, was […]

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Croatia’s show Parrhesia certainly caught the audience’s attention from the start. It was well known amongst Meshpians that Daska Theatre use a lot of mixed media in their plays such as masks, film and puppetry – but that did not prepare us for the sight of six blocks of flats appearing onstage, complete with arms, […]

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