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‘It’s an achievement, a proper story’: STANDING AT THE SKY’S EDGE – National Theatre ★★★★

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It’s an architectural moment. Within the stark brutalist NT is a set in homage to a brutalist landmark: the early 1960s Park Hill Flats in Sheffield, the largest listed building in the world. In Standing At The Sky’s Edge at the National Theatre three generations of tenants interweave in the clean-lined kitchen and living room, ghosts in one another’s lives, telling in their very existence a universal story of postwar British cities.

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Album Review: Cases the Musical ★★★★

In Albums, Audio, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews by Emma ClarendonLeave a Comment

This new album is the latest stage in the musical’s ongoing developing journey. Marking four years since its London premiere, this new musical following the fortunes of four artists experiencing joy, heartbreak and sacrifices on their career journey is now back in the form of an album. Featuring a new score, band and orchestral arrangements… Read More