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We Made It: Stufish Entertainment Architects

Set designer and architect Ric Lipson on creating work for U2, Madonna, Chinese theatre and a new West End version of The War of the Worlds. Read my full theartsdesk interview here

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Top teachers, t’ai chi and the gender gap

New articles in the Dance Today section include: Royal seal of approval As the world welcomes the royal baby, we examine the relationship between monarchy and the evolution of dance. Strictly Come Fitness Two pros from our favourite show launch FitSteps, and  experts explain why dance is the best way to get … Continue reading

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The art of war

‘How do you police symbolic acts?’ In 2011, millions of people across the globe watched and waited for news of renowned conceptual artist Ai Weiwei, incarcerated by Chinese state officials for 81 days on spurious grounds. Last Friday, an astonishing … Continue reading

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