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Interview: Everything That Rises Must Dance: Choreographer Sasha Milavic Davies on Celebrating both Women and Dance

Everything That Rises Must Dance, is the latest work by choreographer Sasha Milavic Davies (pictured above), devised with composer and long term collaborator Lucy Railton. Known for making large scales dance and theatre works, Sasha’s piece has been created working with more than 200 women across London. This piece is an ode to female movement, drawn from the every day and universal.

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Female Comedians are here and Outperforming the Men by NextUp Comedy's Co-Founder, Sarah Henley

Sarah Henley is co-founder of NextUp, a worldwide subscription video-on-demand platform specialising in stand-up specials. NextUp, described as ‘The Netflix of UK Stand-Up’ (engadget), showcases the full spectrum of the live comedy circuit from sketch, character and storytellers, to gag merchants, observationalists and surrealists. As well as familiar household names, there are also acclaimed rising stars and circuit legends for you to discover.

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ActionSpace: Ian Wornast and Thompson Hall's 'My Life in London'


'My Life in London' is an exhibition by ActionSpace artists Ian Wornast and Thompson Hall. Having created the work after being awarded the Unlimited Emerging Artist Commission in 2017/18, the collection of artworks are set to be shown in The Royal Festival Hall at Southbank Centre on Wednesday 5th – Sunday 9th September 2018. 

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The Art of Executing Theatre by Gemma Brockis


Image credit: (c) Floro Asqueta

Gemma Brockis is co-founder of the legendary Shunt and performed in all their productions. Her most recent work was Kingdom Come, a show about the English civil war for the RSC. Here she writes about her latest work, An Execution, at Camden People's Theatre (11-29 September 2018).

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