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CapaTaro’s debut Glaucoma combines politics, dance, drama, storytelling, music, mask and puppetry from around the world

CapaTaro’s debut performance Glaucoma, a thought-provoking, political and stylized piece, is at The Etcetera Theatre on Camden High Street, Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August at 6.30pm. “ The disease comes when the mind conforms.” Set in a dystopia … Continue reading

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Review of I Dreamt of a Flower by In Between Butoh: A Butoh performance inspired by Georges Bataille.

By Carmel Shortall In Between Butoh’s dance performance, I Dreamt of a Flower provides a Fringe experience like no other at the Kentish Town Community Centre.  The piece is inspired by George Bataille’s Blue of Noon, a savage and sordid … Continue reading

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Final round-up of The Camden Fringe: ‘Beings’ by In Between Butoh at The Sheephaven Bay

Review by Carmel Shortall Looking back, one of the more interesting shows offered up by this year’s Camden Fringe was Beings by In Between Butoh, a company based mainly in Italy. The story of the Cenci family, in 1500s Italy, has … Continue reading

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