Ontroerend Goed

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Every Word Was Once an Animal review – this is head-spinning theatre
Ontroerend Goed’s new show is funny, self-referential and confusing in equal parts

Mark Fisher

07, Aug, 2022 @7:30 PM

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TM review – will you be approved to join an international cult?
You are put through a cryptic interview in this ingenious show that tears up theatre’s rulebook to make the spectator the star

Mark Fisher

22, Apr, 2021 @11:03 AM

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Readers' favourite stage shows of 2019
Andrew Scott was spellbinding in Present Laughter, Life of Pi stunned Sheffield and Tao of Glass was a tour de force

Guardian readers

18, Dec, 2019 @6:00 AM

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The 50 best theatre shows of the 21st century
A hip-hop history lesson, a dizzy Dahl musical and a continent-hopping barbershop … we pick the finest new works of theatre since 2000

Michael Billington, Alexis Soloski, Catherine Love, Mark Fisher and Chris Wiegand

17, Sep, 2019 @2:43 PM

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Are We Not Drawn Onward to New ErA review – palindromic drama of dazzling proportions
The pioneering Ontroerend Goed company takes on a conceptually daring view of environmental apocalypse

Mark Fisher

07, Aug, 2019 @10:52 AM

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Gambling in a theatre-casino won't help us understand the banking crisis
The Almeida’s show £¥€$ (Lies) is so taken by the shiny technicalities in the world of finance that it misses the fundamentally political nature of the crash

Aditya Chakrabortty

10, Aug, 2018 @11:01 AM

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£¥€$ (Lies) review – enjoy the thrill of a global banking crisis
This ingenious high-stakes show uncovers the psychology of those whose financial flutters shook the world

Mark Lawson

02, Aug, 2018 @8:00 PM

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Edinburgh festival 2017: 10 shows to see
A puppet blockbuster, a Bigfoot opera and a Northern Soul dance marathon all feature in the lineup of the 70th Edinburgh festival

Chris Wiegand

04, Aug, 2017 @5:00 AM

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'We haven't made a profit for five years': risky business at Edinburgh fringe
Running a festival venue is about more than booking acts and selling tickets. From converting lecture rooms to spending £25,000 on Astroturf, we reveal the costs of putting on a show

Lyn Gardner

19, Jul, 2017 @5:00 AM

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Edinburgh festival 2017: what to see and where to go
From Fleabag to Forced Entertainment, with Shakespearean puppet shows, a dance marathon and a love letter to Dolly Parton, here’s a look at some of this year’s highlights

Lyn Gardner

07, Jun, 2017 @10:48 AM

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Othello, Sirens and Desh: this week’s best UK theatre and dance
Richard Twyman revives Shakespeare with style, Ontroerend Goed explore feminism and Akram Khan looks at the past through Bangladesh and Britain

Lyn Gardner and Judith Mackrell

26, May, 2017 @9:30 AM

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Plan your week’s theatre: top tickets
Harry Enfield goes to Hollywood at the Young Vic, Elvis makes a comeback in Manchester, Sacred: Homelands brings a world of theatre to Toynbee Studios – and the festive show season is kicking off everywhere

Lyn Gardner

21, Nov, 2016 @7:00 AM

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