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London Stories: Made by Migrants, Battersea Arts Centre – Review

Credit: Joyce Nicholls

Pros: Moving, inspiring and eye-opening. This experience should be part of every school programme. Cons: There is a fair amount of walking up and down the stairs involved so, if you have any access requirements, let the box office know in advance. I arrived at the Battersea Arts Centre after a day of far too much discouraging news on international politics. Most likely, 2016 will be remembered as a year when extensive migration was met with fearful and openly hostile ...

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Sid, Above The Arts – Review

Credit: Roy Tan

Pros: If you’re a punk-lover, Craig will revive all your emotions. Cons: If you aren’t a punk-lover, you might struggle to keep up with the first ten minutes of Craig’s speech. ‘Sid Vicious is dead but punk CAN’T DIE!’ Craig (Dario Coates) enters his bedroom screaming and puts the Sex Pistols’ music on full blast. Clothes are scattered everywhere on the floor, the bed is unmade and the walls are covered in pictures of Sid Vicious, the band’s doomed frontman. ...

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