Review: My Way/Your Way

Review: My Way/Your Way

Grab the lab coat and don those heavy-duty specs: the latest evolution of The Mostly Everything People’s My Way/Your Way brings together seemingly everything but the kitchen sink to explore a very urban issue. If the question on your lips is “who or what are The...
Review: Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza

Review: Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza

Cirque du Soleil return to London with the follow-up to last year’s smash hit Totem. As the most expensive circus show in town, does it warrant your hard-earned? Ed Gosling investigates. When one of the world’s most acclaimed circus companies rolls into town, its time...
Review: Cabaret Roulette

Review: Cabaret Roulette

A new show is always a calculated risk, but Vivacity Bliss’s Cabaret Roulette goes one step further by letting the audience choose the theme. She then commissions cabaret performers to create relevant routines and puts them on at Madame Jojo’s, one of the most popular...
Review: Du Goudron Et Des Plumes

Review: Du Goudron Et Des Plumes

Du Goudron Et Des Plumes (or tar and feathers for “les anglais”) is the latest project from circus visionary Mathurin Bolze shown at the Barbican as part of the ongoing International Mime festival. This is an immense show defiantly mixing physical theatre,...
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