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Alun Richards grasps for animal metaphors to describe the saxophonist’s primal sound
Manchester International Festival draws to a close in Tony Wilson Place this weekend
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Joan Davies gives full marks to this inventive and challenging subversion of dance
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Clare Conlon enjoys powerful stuff from this emerging talent
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L’Oréal Blackett adores the singer-songwriter’s soul and synths
Lucy Tomlinson enters the war room for this slightly awkward sci-fi performance project
This is an astonishing piece with probably the mostly perfectly synchronous dancers I’ve ever seen...
This is an gripping new work, when you can hear it all - Sarah-Clare Conlon
Lucy Tomlinson on a cleverly staged but overloaded study of fatherhood
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Matthew Frost is gripped by Raymond Yiu's song cycle exploring the famous author's little-heard musical...
Alun Richards is hypnotised by computer corn at a dance gig for people who like...