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Styx review – rock’n’roll and memory loss

15/08/2019 Kate Wyver 0

Zoo Southside, EdinburghUsing music, Greek myth and family history to explore dementia, this rousing gig/show is intimate and epic This storytelling concert is a tribute to the power of music, both for its ability to create new memories and to restore …

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Styx review – rock’n’roll and memory loss

15/08/2019 Kate Wyver 0

Zoo Southside, EdinburghUsing music, Greek myth and family history to explore dementia, this rousing gig/show is intimate and epic This storytelling concert is a tribute to the power of music, both for its ability to create new memories and to restore …

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Grey review – the racial politics of mental health

04/07/2019 Arifa Akbar 0

Ovalhouse, LondonThe second instalment of Koko Brown’s colour trilogy is a darkly humorous piece about depressionWhite, the first part of Koko Brown’s “colour” trilogy, was about growing up with mixed heritage in London. Blending spoken word with live …

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Grey review – the racial politics of mental health

04/07/2019 Arifa Akbar 0

Ovalhouse, LondonThe second instalment of Koko Brown’s colour trilogy is a darkly humorous piece about depressionWhite, the first part of Koko Brown’s “colour” trilogy, was about growing up with mixed heritage in London. Blending spoken word with live …

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Cotton Fingers review – nuanced abortion drama

30/05/2019 Clare Brennan 0

The MAC, BelfastWriter Rachel Trezise brings universality to the tale of a young Northern Irish woman travelling to Wales for a termination“Any separate status for Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK is seen as potentially damaging to the union as…

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How my deafness made me a comedian | Anna Morris

01/04/2019 Anna Morris 0

As I’m deaf in one ear, I have always had to watch people extra closely – the perfect preparation for character comedyWhen I was little, my sister Kate used to play the recorder really loudly down my deaf ear as a party trick for her friends. I liked t…