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WATCH: Old Kent Road tap into InMotion opener after taking Edinburgh by storm

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London’s new InMotion Festival of dance and physical theatre officially opens tonight (16 August 2017) at The Bunker Theatre with the direct-from-Edinburgh transfer of Fall Out, by contemporary tap ensemble company Old Kent Road.

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THE SOFT SUBJECT (a love story) – #EdFringe

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After growing up on Disney films, Chris’ aim in life is singular and simple: to live happily ever after. He thinks he achieves it when he meets Ryan as a newly qualified Drama teacher in Cambridge. For five happy years, the pair lives a life akin to a fairytale. But as Chris discovers, not all fairytales end happily.

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NEWS: InMotion dance festival gets London moving from Wednesday

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As the Edinburgh Fringe continues north of the border, London’s inaugural InMotion Festival, celebrating dance and physical theatre, gets underway this week at the Bunker Theatre, including the first London dates in five years of Theatre Ad Infinitum’s hit Translunar Paradise.

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Serafina Salvador: ‘While we are busy blaming, who’s really winning?’

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After success at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, ‘poetic economist’ Serafina Salvador’s Don’t Blame the Bankers…$toopid is now running for six performances only at London’s Camden Fringe. She explains her journey of enlightenment from banker to artist.