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Assisted Suicide: The Musical, Southbank Centre – Review

Pros: Carr offers a fresh perspective on a controversial topic and puts forward some compelling arguments. Cons: The show is at times repetitive and scattergun in its approach, with distractingly poor production values. I confess, I’ve been looking forward to Assisted Suicide: The Musical partly because of its wonderfully subversive title. Friends gave me impressively uncomfortable looks and made awkward comments when I told them the title of the show. I think these brief interactions alone indicated the general discomfort ...

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Bridging the Void, Rich Mix – Review

Pros: The production features exciting, high energy movement set to visually arresting video footage. Cons: The large audience often blocks the three dancers from view and at times the live dancing and pre-recorded footage does not feel fully integrated. Bridging the Void is a dance, film and music production with choreography by Rachel Johnson. The production combines live dance with original music and footage of a sunrise over Primrose Hill, which is projected onto the back wall of the venue. ...

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