Tag Archives: Attenborough Arts Centre

Joygernaut – review

This review first appeared in Sabotage Reviews Joygernaut written and performed by Andy Craven-Griffiths Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester Joy – what is it good for? Most would likely agree the answer is ‘quite a lot’, and as we wade our … Continue reading

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Lear/Cordelia – review

1623 Theatre Company presents Lear/Cordelia Lear by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Ben Spiller Cordelia by Farrah Chaudhry, directed by Louie Ingham Derby-based theatre company 1623 “aspire to change people’s lives through Shakespeare”, their process being to re-work Shakespeare’s … Continue reading

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Raving Beauties – review

This review first appeared in Sabotage Reviews Raving Beauties  Literary Leicester festival Attenborough Arts Centre, 10 November 2015 What with body image and the tampon tax, women’s bodies are still ‘up there’ as far as media interest is concerned, never … Continue reading

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The Venus Papers – review of launch event

This review first appeared in Sabotage Reviews. Poems by Lydia Towsey Paintings by Scott Bridgwood Music by David Dhonau Event also part of Everybody’s Reading festival  To quote Led Zeppelin, there was a whole lotta love in the performance space … Continue reading

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