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BPREVIEW: Beyond The Tracks – after parties, official/unofficial @ Various 15-16.09.17

Words by Damien Russell, Paul Gallear & Ed King For the happy revellers of the Beyond The Tracks festival who are seeking more to finish off the night (be it Friday or Saturday), there are a number of opportunities to party harder and get more ‘bang’ for a buck (or ten).  There are the official […]

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BREVIEW: Ed Geater with Lady Sanity @ Hare & Hounds 24.03.17 / Rob Hadley - Birmingham Review

BPREVIEW: Ed Geater + Lady Sanity, Andrew Souter @ mac 02.06.17

Words by Ed King / Pic by Rob Hadley On Friday 2nd June, Ed Geater headlines a showcase at mac for his upcoming single with Lady Sanity, ‘Found a Place’. Alongside their collaboration Lady Sanity will be performing a full set of her own material, with further support coming from Andrew Souter who will be […]

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BPREVIEW: Leviathan @ mac 17-18.03.17 / Steve Tanner

BREVIEW: Leviathan @ mac 24.02.17

    Words by Lucy Mounfield / Production shots by Steve Tanner If you haven’t read Moby Dick, don’t be afraid. James Wilton‘s re-imagining of Hermann Melville’s 720 page epic novel needs no prior knowledge of the story – Captain Ahab’s long and tortuous journey to capture the eponymous great white whale. Contemporary dance has often struggled to master […]

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BPREVIEW: Leviathan @ mac 17-18.03.17 / Steve Tanner

BPREVIEW: Leviathan @ mac 24.02.17

    Words by Lucy Mounfield / Pics by Steve Tanner James Wilton Dance presents Leviathan, coming to mac on Friday 24th February.  Doors open at 8pm with tickets priced at £14 (£12 concessions). For direct info, including venue details and online ticket sales, click here. The long-unanswered question that all choreographers strive to fulfil: can a story […]

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BREVIEW: The Goon Show @ mac 11.02.17

BREVIEW: The Goon Show @ mac 11.02.17

    Words by Ed King / Pics courtesy of Birmingham Comedy Festival & Fred Theatre For a grown man I write this too often, ‘I’m late’. But I am. Again. So now we’re standing in the stairwell to mac’s Foyle Theatre – a bleacher seat style dance studio (at least, that’s what it used to be) – […]

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