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

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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Ross & Rachel, Battersea Arts Centre – Review

Pros: A very different performance from an actress at the top of her game, in a venue that deserves all the support it can get. Cons: The intensity and non-stop momentum of this play might not be to everyone’s taste My only previous visit to the Battersea Arts Centre never transpired, as the show I expected to see was relocated following the fire that caused so much damage. So upon arriving tonight, the last thing I wanted to hear was the ...

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