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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

World performing arts capital to boost alliances and output by Nick Awde

The selected city will host events and be twinned with another metropolis, reports Nick Awde The International Theatre Institute is launching the

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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Henry Naylor: the British writer with a global reach by Nick Awde

Timely themes and a minimalist aesthetic are key to attracting international producers, the playwright and performer tells Nick Awde When searching for

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Renata Carvalho: ‘I’ve never known a play to raise discussions in so many places’ by Nick Awde

Being outspoken about trans rights is dangerous in an increasingly conservative Brazil. Nick Awde speaks to trans actor Renata Carvalho about her

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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

SeaChange Arts: Bringing world-class street theatre to Great Yarmouth by Nick Awde

SeaChange Arts has created a street art festival to put the seaside town on the map. Nick Awde speaks to artistic director

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Monday, October 7, 2019

Voila! – The London festival keeping the channel open to the rest of Europe by Nick Awde

Voila! festival directors Sharlit Deyzac and Amy Clare Tasker tell Nick Awde about celebrating ‘Europeanness’ in London, taking inspiration from the fringe

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Monday, September 23, 2019

Plovdiv, Bulgaria: working ‘Together’ to make culture more accessible by Nick Awde

Europe’s joint capital of culture has a packed programme of events that aim to further its quest for cultural unity. Nick Awde

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Matera, Italy: rising from poverty to become a playground for artists by Nick Awde

Once one of Italy’s most deprived cities, Matera’s rebirth as a European Capital of Culture presents an opportunity to break down barriers

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

How to make a Shakespeare production that spans six countries by Nick Awde

From London to Beirut, artistic director Mark Leipacher tells Nick Awde about rehearsing and producing theatre across six countries In an innovative,

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Friday, September 6, 2019

Meet the black theatremakers amplifying global voices by Nick Awde

Global Voices Theatre aims to bring international stories to our stages. Last year marked its latest staged readings, led by Bridget Minamore.

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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

How the arts and human rights come together at Dublin festival by Nick Awde

Mary Moynihan tells Nick Awde how she hopes the events will shine a light on the work of human rights defenders around

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How the Istanbul Fringe Festival took its cues from Edinburgh by Nick Awde

As more fringe festivals are launched all over the world, Nick Awde talks to the co-artistic director of Istanbul’s inaugural event about

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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Turtle Company at Edinburgh Fringe: The South Koreans creating ‘analogue’ theatre by Nick Awde

Nick Awde speaks to Turtle Company’s British co-director Stevan Mijailovic about bringing its children’s show Joyce to the Edinburgh Fringe South Korea’s

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One Two One Two theatre company: ‘The language and the nationality of our audience doesn’t matter’ by Nick Awde

A growing genre across Continental Europe, music theatre is an alien concept in the UK. Nick Awde meets Zoe Ní Riordáin and

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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

How the fringe became a home for international improv by Nick Awde

While London’s expense puts off many artists, Canadian director Stephen Davidson tells Nick Awde that Edinburgh is a melting pot of improv

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Monday, July 29, 2019

Cirque Berserk!: The global circus family thrilling Edinburgh crowds by Nick Awde

Cirque Berserk! began with a mission to bring big-top circus to theatre spaces across the UK. Now the company is bringing a

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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Why does British theatre have a blind spot for great European work? by Nick Awde

While the UK professes to be informed about theatre on the continent, we don’t always know what is good or how to

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival: an international success that is struggling for funding by Nick Awde

International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival had its best year in 2019, but founder and artistic director Brian Merriman tells Nick Awde that

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Monday, July 1, 2019

Staging Places Studio – the UK’s Prague Quadrennial theatre design entry by Nick Awde

Some of the UK’s best theatre designers showed off their work at this year’s Prague Quadrennial design festival – and now their

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Prague Quadrennial 2019: Behind the scenes at theatre design’s global festival by Nick Awde

Transformation and imagination were the themes at this year’s Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space. Nick Awde reports on the highlights

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Friday, June 21, 2019

Meet the artists using theatre to reconnect Russia and Britain by Nick Awde

Transfers between Russian and British theatres may seem a novelty, but Nick Awde finds a growing curiosity between the cultures Russia’s mission

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Monday, June 17, 2019

Director Henrik Grimbäck and the Nordic theatremakers combating funding cuts? by Nick Awde

Cuts to arts funding have hit all of Europe, resulting in theatres sticking with ‘safe’ work. Nick Awde meets Swedish director Henrik

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Meet the theatremakers who brought a touch of Nordic noir to the Brighton Fringe Festival by Nick Awde

The Nordic Fringe Season brought innovative, often dark, work and artist speed dating to the Sussex arts jamboree this month. Nick Awde

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Monday, May 13, 2019

Casa Festival: Latin-American arts fiesta prepares to light up London by Nick Awde

Though Casa may appear to have dropped off the radar, London’s festival of Latin-American arts hasn’t stopped being busy and productive, writes

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Selladoor Worldwide: The producers looking to reign in Spain by Nick Awde

While musical theatre is popular across Europe, the Spanish market for West End-style hits remains relatively untapped. Selladoor Spain’s MD tells Nick

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Monday, April 15, 2019

Jackie Hagan on performing her work overseas: ‘People get really emotional about the show’ by Nick Awde

This Is Not a Safe Space performer Jackie Hagan tells Nick Awde of the global interest in her work since appearing at

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Brexit or not – why UK arts will always bring something to Europe’s table by Nick Awde

Since 2014, Creative Europe has been instrumental in helping the UK’s arts and culture sector thrive. But as Brexit uncertainty reigns, Nick

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Future Arts Centres’ fresh approach to global working is bearing fruit by Nick Awde

A project that sees UK arts centres embracing new models of global working has culminated in six co-commissions, writes Nick Awde An

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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Vanuatu’s Wan Smolbag – celebrating 30 years of Pacific Islander theatre by Nick Awde

Wan Smolbag Theatre takes its name from ‘one small bag’ in Bislama, the South Pacific nation’s lingua franca. “It stems from our

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

How a new festival was nurtured in Lagos through cultural exchange by Nick Awde

In 2015, Julian Caddy was asked by the British Council to fly to Nigeria as a consultant to the fledgling Lagos Theatre

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Lagos Theatre Festival and Fringe – Nigerian festivals thriving against volatile political backdrop by Nick Awde

The Lagos Theatre Festival is bigger and better than ever this year. In fact, it’s the biggest open-air theatre event in West

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Choreographer Alan Lucien Oyen: ‘Pina Bausch’s legacy is what’s most important to the company’ by Nick Awde

Norwegian Alan Lucien Oyen was understandably nervous about devising a new piece with the late, iconic choreographer’s dance company. Nick Awde learns

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