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Amaluna - Cirque Du Soleil

Queen Prospera, the goddess behind her daughter’s coming of age ceremony, has caused a storm. The torrential weather washes up a group of men on the queens’ mysterious island, one of these fine young looking gentlemen, Romeo, will fall for her daughter, Miranda.

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Edward Scissorhands - Review

Fold Tim Burton’s script for Edward Scissorhands in four, cut around the edges and the paper doily you end up with is the synopsis for the contemporary dance version of the 1990 movie.

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Wicked - The Musical & its refences to disability

Before we take you through a colourful discussion between the connection between disability and Wicked the musical, which is currently touring the UK, allow us to tangle you up in a cyclone and guide you back to the black and white background behind the play’s history.

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Cirque Du Soleil - Quidam

A young girl feels isolated from her mum and dad, there’s a group of men dressed in white cloaks covering their faces, acrobats performing at air pressuring heights, jugglers defying physics, clowns squirting water in the face of standard circus tomfoolery and a headless man sheltering under an umbrella.

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Let It Be

The Beatles first record was called ‘Please Please Me’. ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ was written by The Rolling Stones, their self-titled album was commonly rn eferred to as ‘The White Album’…These facts about Paul, John, Ringo and George are shared via a quiz with the audience before ‘Let It Be’ commences, a recent west end play which doesn’t so much revolve around their concerts but recreates them.

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Jesus Christ Superstar

Andrew Lloyd Webber has asked for the public help over the past few years finding roles for his most recent plays. There’s been television hunts for Maria in The Sound of Music, searches for a Dorothy to walk up the Yellow Brick Road and a quest to find a suitable person to wear an amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

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American Idiot arrives in the UK

On April 20, 2010 American Idiot opened to the public on Broadway. Loosely based around Green Day’s album of the same name the show went on to pick up a handful of awards across the pond, including a Grammy.

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