Tag Archives: live

Housing, cycling and movies for your ears

Highlights of my November MoveTo Town and Country Arts page: Pick of the month: Crisis management New London Architecture’s competition winners propose solutions for London’s affordable housing shortage Don’t miss: Two wheels good The Design Museum celebrates the cycling boom with a new exhibition … Continue reading

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Baila Brazil, Royal Festival Hall

As we hunt for renewable energy sources, has anyone considered Balé de Rua? The hard-working company maintain their feverishly frenetic motion throughout an ambitious 85-minute show that – in line with the social conscience of co-directors/choreographers Marco Antonio Garcia and … Continue reading

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The art of living

Highlights of my March MoveTo Town and Country Arts page: Pick of the month: The female gaze Forward-thinking women working in architecture, urban and landscape design are showcased at Roca London Gallery Don’t miss: Grand designs The 2015 Designs of the Year include self-driving cars, skyscraper … Continue reading

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June issue of ‘Dance Today’

The new issue of Dance Today is now on sale. My features this month include: Strictly uncovered A spectacular new stage show reveals the truth behind the sequins. Creator Craig Revel Horwood and star Lisa Riley tell all… Love on the dancefloor In ‘Stepping … 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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