In part 3 of his Fringe round-up, Matt Boothman looks at the relationship between physical theatre and technology, highlighting anomie by Precarious and Borges and I by Idle Motion.
It’s hard not to be impressed by a show that handles a demanding crowd so deftly, charming kids and adults alike, without ever seeming to try too hard.
Using a superimposition technique, photographer Nicolas Havette presents a series of photos on an intercultural dance collaboration at the Phnomh Penh Hip Hop Dance Festival.
In Full Tilt's revival of Orestes: Re-Examined, the audience is brought forward as jury to judge the case of Orestes' matricide and its myriad ramifications.
Like a glass-panelled clock, Deborah Warner's Mother Courage and Her Children doesn't just choose not to conceal its inner workings, it displays them, inviting the audience to marvel at the way the pieces fit together.
Battersea Arts Centre’s Scratch nights have always been about risk-taking and experimentation, and with Freshly Scratched – one of the two parallel programmes in this year’s Scratch Festival – the venue’s staff are taking almost as big a risk as … Continued
Malaysian photographer and performance artists, Jemima Yong, presents a series of photographs from Wrecked - recently performed at Wilton's Music Hall.
In Jackson Lane Theatre's season of carnivalesque events, The Sugar Beast Circus and Milkwood Rodeo display a keen desire to interrogate the tawdry, magical, dreadful world of the circus.
As an examination of the overly simplistic adult tendency to classify teenage behaviour as the direct result of easily identifiable causes like alcohol, pornography and violent media, Punk Rock delivers.
ÁTMAN sends participants on a walk around the residential streets and footpaths of Merton, accompanied by an abridged audio-only version of Peter Handke's Self-Accusation.