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BREVIEW: Imbalance @ The Patrick Centre 27.04.17 / Moving Productions

BREVIEW: Imbalance @ The Patrick Centre 27.04.17

Words by Charlotte Heap / Pics by Moving Productions Dynamic dance duo Joli Vyann explored the impact of society’s obsession with technology on our everyday lives with their latest show Imbalance, on a starkly furnished set at The Patrick Centre.  Ex-stuntman Jan Patzke and ex-gymnast Olivia Quale, who formed Joli Vyann almost five years ago, […]

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BREVIEW: Cinderella @ Hippodrome 15-25.02.15

BREVIEW: Cinderella @ Hippodrome 15-25.02.15

    Ed’s Note: Bethan is seven. She has been attending free weekly ballet lessons at Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB) as part of their Dance Track programme, after being selected when a team from BRB came to her  school. BRB are keen to reach children ‘who often wouldn’t otherwise have an opportunity to participate in […]

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BPREVIEW: Cinderella @ Hippodrome 15-25.02.15

BPREVIEW: Cinderella @ Hippodrome 15-25.02.15

    Words by Ed King Opening at the Birmingham Hippodrome on Wednesday 15th February, Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB) presents David Brintley’s Cinderella – running until Saturday 25th February. Matinees will be held at 2pm and 2:30pm, with evening performances held at 7:30pm. There will be a Touch Tour (10:30am) and audio described performance (2:30pm) on Saturday […]

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What is Afrofuturism? / Held at Birmingham Hippodrome on Saturday 24th September

OPINION: What is Afrofuturism?

Words by Juice Aleem *Juice Aleem will be organising & hosting the AfroFlux – what is Afrofuturism? event as part of the B-Side Hip Hop Festival, free to attend at the Hippodrome on Saturday 24th September.  For more info, click here.* You may have heard the term ‘Afrofuturism’ being thrown about a lot in recent […]

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BPREVIEW: B-Side Hip Hop Festival @ Hippodrome & various 23-25.09

Words by Ed King Running for three days across the weekend, B-Side Hip Hop Festival comes to the Birmingham Hippodrome from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th September. Presenting an ‘exciting weekend of talks, pop-up city centre performances, film, spoken word, workshops, D/VJ’s and graffiti artists’ much of the B-Side Hip Hop Festival is free to attend. Some workshops and […]

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