Eat Me – Manipulate Festival

Originally conceived by Eszter Marsalko, Isy Sharman and Claire Eliza Willoughby Devised and Performed by Ian Cameron, Isy Sharman and Claire Eliza Willoughby ★★★ Frozen, out of time, slipping on the wet cobbles beneath in her loud dress without any shoes – Prey lays there with the snaps of cold water flushing her face. Nothing … Continue reading Eat Me – Manipulate Festival

We Belong – Bare Productions

Creative Team: Dominic Lewis, Felicity Halfpenny, Finlay Turaball, Andrew Layton & Annie Stoner Video Produced & Edited by Mark WIlson ★★★★ Where better to begin, than with a touch of Cabaret. Live, from The Three Sisters, or gracing your digital screens with their filmed rehearsals, Rory McKeon’s Wilkommen sets things off with a bang - and how … Continue reading We Belong – Bare Productions

The Chosen Haram – Manipulate Festival

https://youtu.be/7BZ8ot3zOmk Devised & Performed by Sadiq Ali Co-devised & Performed by Hauk Pattison ★★★★ Forbidden. Sinful. Haram. Different worlds cultivate similar restrictions and ideals, garbed in diverse cultures and histories. And challenging the status of faith, sexuality, and connection – The Chosen Haram aids in opening the 2022 season of Manipulate Festival with its premiere launch. A … Continue reading The Chosen Haram – Manipulate Festival

The Nutcracker – Festival Theatre

Choreography by Peter Darrell Music by Pytor Ilych Tchaikovsky ★★★★ Tchaikovsky's timeless spectacle conjures an eternal wonderment that few can rival. His synonymous piece of dance echoes through the ages, The Nutcracker, a realm of fairies and rat kings, beauty and trickles of playful joviality – and on occasion - a spot of fright. The beating … Continue reading The Nutcracker – Festival Theatre

Dirty Dancing – Festival Theatre

Written by Eleanor Bergstein Directed by Federico Bellone ★★★★ A summer break in the sixties; where the band plays on into the drawn-out evening twilight and the cocktails are never empty. Where dance instructors take a role in the hospitality industry, but one which was derided by some. Snobbery runs amok in the stage adaptation … Continue reading Dirty Dancing – Festival Theatre