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‘The magic of theatre at service to an emotional reality’: I’M A PHOENIX, BITCH – Battersea Arts Centre ★★★★★

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Michael DavisLeave a Comment

Bryony Kimmings’ latest show I’m A Phoenix, Bitch is autobiographical in nature in which she gives a very frank account of what it is was like for her a couple of years ago, where after a period of ‘bliss’, her life unravelled – ultimately reaching ‘rock bottom’.

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‘Gently interactive interpretation’: BEOWULF – Battersea Arts Centre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

Beowulf has two monsters – a bog standard monster and a dragon – and many choices that first lead to his victory, then a tragic end. Since Seth Kriebel tells this story on his own, he enlists the audience to help him make Beowulf’s choices in this gently interactive interpretation of one of the world’s oldest tales.

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NEWS: Bryony Kimmings, Gecko & Daniel Kiston feature in Battersea Arts Phoenix Season

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Award-winning artist Bryony Kimmings’ first solo show in nearly a decade and the return of internationally-acclaimed physical theatre company Gecko will feature in Battersea Arts Centre’s Phoenix Season, celebrating the reopening of the Grand Hall, three years after the venue was devastated by fire.

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TANK- Touring

In Manchester, Plays, Regional theatre, Touring by Kristy StottLeave a Comment

“Don’t even think in your own language. English, all the time!” says Margaret Lovatt, a volunteer researcher in a NASA-funded project to teach Peter, a dolphin how to mimic and understand English. Led by John C Lilly, a neuroscientist at the California Institute of Technology, a dolphinarium was built and communication ‘training’ started.