Tag Archives: Southbank

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Good Chance Encampment, Southbank, London (****)

© Sarah Hickson, Cush Jumbo and audience members as rabbits...

© Sarah Hickson, Cush Jumbo and audience members as rabbits…

`When future generations study this troubled era of history they may be asked to consider “Where was hope? Where was humanity?” – Good Chance Theatre and its many wonderful contributors and creators should be somewhere near the top of that list.’ Continue reading

Every Brilliant Thing

Paines Plough Roundabout Theatre, Southbank, London

© Mihaela Bodlovic

© Mihaela Bodlovic

If you told someone about a show featuring depression and being the child of a suicidal mother, most responses would be, `oh, I don’t think so. Not for me. Sounds too depressing.’ Continue reading

The Elders Project

Purcell Room, Southbank, London

© Tony Nandi

© Tony Nandi

Originally part of Sadler’s Wells Elixir Festival `celebrating lifelong creativity’, this short, sweet 15 minute divertissement, cleverly put together by choreographer Jonathan Burrows and longtime music collaborator Matteo Fargion was subsequently dubbed `the best dance moment in 2014’. Continue reading