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'Throwback', by Silver Lining

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.   756 more words


Opportunity: Young Ambassadors Scheme at Salisbury Playhouse

Young people aged 14-21 who have an interest in theatre are being invited to apply to become a young ambassador at Salisbury Playhouse.

The Playhouse is looking for 10 young people who will get the chance to go behind the scenes and learn how the theatre works.  250 more words

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Guest blog: Natalie Remington talks about Light and Larks’ development of its first production Papillon

Light and Lark were founded in January 2015 with a commitment to create vibrant and engaging multisensory theatre for children and young people, creating work which employs South West artists. 511 more words


Dance Review: Noche Flamenca's Antigona

This post originally appeared in INDY Week’s arts blog. You can read it here.

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The Spanish colloquialism tener duende means to have a certain magic; to have soul. 388 more words


Feature: American Ballet Theater

There was a reason why three great principal dancers retired at once! As sad as I was to see Paloma Herrera, Julie Kent, and Xiomara Reyes go. 339 more words


Survival Kit

So following on from the previous post where I wrote about Dressing Room Etiquette, I thought it would be good to go through what should be in your dressing room survival kit. 706 more words