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From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads: The day David Bowie died

In London theatre, Native, News, Opinion, Plays, Quotes, Regional theatre, Touring by Guest BloggersLeave a Comment

Adrian Berry is the writer and director of From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads, a one-man show about an obsessive David Bowie fan (played by Alex Walton) which opens this month at Waterloo East Theatre ahead of a UK tour. Adrian originally trained as an actor himself and has collaborated with a wide variety of artists across circus, music and …

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THESE BOOKS ARE MADE FOR WALKING – Jackson’s Lane

In Children's theatre, Circus, Comedy, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

Fabrice Dominici is a solitary librarian who takes great pleasure from the books he tenderly looks after. Gently stroking them, he flips to his favourite passages before giving them a sniff and balancing them on shelves made out of ladders. When a pile of books at the top comes to life, revealing a woman who has no intention of leaving and has a musician friend join her, the librarian tries everything to drive off these nonchalant interlopers.

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THROWBACK – Jackson’s Lane

In Circus, London theatre, Reviews by Katharine KavanaghLeave a Comment

Jackson’s Lane; 1st July 2015 In this second full length show from Silver Lining, commissioned by Jackson’s Lane as part of their 40th anniversary celebrations, our collective memory banks are reinvisioned as a sparse teenage bedroom, pasted in coloured post-it notes and pinboards full of photographs, peopled with daring acrobatic expressions of feeling.  Nostalgia and […]