Emily Louizou is the Founder and Artistic Director for Collide Theatre. A group of young, emerging artists and creatives, their tag line is “to speak through bold texts and to produce work which challenges, inspires and excites both us and our audience”. Continue reading “Tejas Verdes: An Interview with Emily Louizou”
SAMBA GADJIGO / ‘SEMBENE’ INTERVIEW
With the BLACK STAR BFI festival underway and the appreciation of more diverse works, people have a chance to reflect on the past histories and legacies with brand new-screenings from the work of the ‘Father Of African Cinema’, Ousmane Sembene. John Higgins had a chance to discuss the film-maker in a recent telephone interview.
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Can you tell us about Her Name was Carmen? Why did you decide to create a contemporary spin on a classical piece?
As a mother of a young child I was struck by the number of children that are caught up in the refugee crisis. This shocked me and I knew I had to do something for them. As we are a ballet theatre, ballet is our tool. Continue reading “An Interview with Irina Kolesnikova”
Interview with Lucy Pickles, who plays the leading role of Margrit, in ‘The Feast of Solhaug’ at the Baron’s Court Theatre in London.
Q: How does it feel to star in the English-language premier of The Feast at Solhaug?
A: It’s very exciting for all of us – we are officially making history this evening on our opening night.
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Performance Reviewed had the opportunity to ask Ahmed Dickinson Cardenas a few questions on his unique style and upcoming performance Cubania at the Royal Opera House, London, in July. Continue reading “An Interview With guitarist Ahmed Dickinson Cardenas”
Not long ago did I meet Corinne, barely a few months, so to speak; but shortness of time will never relate to pettiness of worth, therefore it was with personal and sincere diligence that I’ve indulged Corinne’s re-debuting performance at The Forge with Nico de Villiers. Continue reading “Corinne Morris’ life and cello art: an interview”
Wil Coleman is an Australian actor, currently working on projects in the UK. He has recently starred in a production of Twelfth Night at the newly opened Rose Theatre. Performance Reviewed catches up with him to find out more about his experiences.
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A fraction of our encounters, no matter major or how scarce, has to and must belong to the utmost casual and it is through a mere social media’s ad, yes, and one broadcast from Classic FM that I’ve heard about Ji’s golden hands and velvet notes – subsequently deciding to attend his performance in Barbican on Valentine’s day.
Continue reading “A Chinese pianist in London : Ji Liu and his first album on Classic FM”
What a pity would it be to enjoy and review a concert and miss interviewing its conductor. That, thankfully, isn’t the case as maestro Henty took up the time to agreeably revisit his Valentine performance at Barbican. I grabbed the occasion to ask Timothy a few personal and reflective questions, thinking them a perfect insight for former and future audiences into the architectecture of their musical bliss.
Continue reading “Revisiting Love Classics and interviewing Timothy Henty, inspired gentleman and conductor”