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Review: We Should Quit…   Words: Jessica Martin   We Should Quit… is a physical comedy about procrastination. It questions the pointless routines of modern life through coming together of traditional circus and clowning. The two performers are very capable, but kind of let down the show by their haphazard attempt to apply narrative to individual circus acts. Nonetheless

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Review: Luminous Words: Angus Dickson Inside the cosy space that is La Petite Grande with an over-capacity audience (us being seated in the ‘over’ part on the ground beyond the intended arc of viewing), a basic floor stage is lit exclusively by blacklight tubes. Cue some fairly dramatic dubstep and, slowly, dark figures begin to adorn the blank canvas of a body with UV paint into

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Review: Limbo Words: Adele Lausberg I’m almost certainly not the first person to tell you to go see Limbo. And even if you saw it last year, it’s a revised performance and definitely worth seeing again. They’ve tightened up everything – including their abs. You can’t properly categorise Limbo (nice try Fringe guide). But this is a review so I should at least

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Review: Elixir By: Alicia Strous   I have been to many circus shows, from unoriginal performances on uncomfortable wooden chairs in the Spiegeltent, to the dizzying dazzle and bright colours of Cirque du Soleil. Elixir stands out from all the rest because it was performed by only two performers. The result? A memorable performance displaying incredible physical strength and endurance. &

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