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September 2015 - page 3

Stage and Screen: An actor’s story….post the Fringe

in Arts
raymond wilson as robin in cleansed, photo ana beatriz ribero

As a stage performer and recently a mentor I am always keeping an eye and an ear or two out for new talented performers. One of the places you can be sure that new talent crops up is the Edinburgh Fringe. But as I have not been there for an age and a bit, I…

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Refugees Welcome: A Football Match for Equality

in Action/Community/Events/Leipzig/Refugees/Society/Sports
Photo: Magdalena Lagaleriade >> http://bit.ly/1oDdK3H
Photo: Magdalena Lagaleriade >> http://bit.ly/1oDdK3H

The NGO “A Match for Equality” once again shows that football is always the answer.

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Sequel for the future / a dance in 2043 / a dance in 2044

in Arts
Sonja Pregrad and Will Prager in Sequel for the future / a dance in 2043 / a dance in 2044 photo: damir

From the moment Sonja Pregrad and Willy Prager hit the stage at the Lofft last night they had me. While the piece followed the rules of modern choreography and used all the cliches we’d expect, somehow it was full of surprises. It was an inciteful and humorous look at what is happening in dance/art/performance, right…

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Not-so-totally-touristy guide to Spain, Part III – Pamplona

in Travel

There’s much more to Pamplona than the bull run and bull fights – this beautiful, lively, laid-back city surprised me and left a mark on me even in the very short time I was there.

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Your chance to meet Pam de Bahr!

in Action/Arts
pam de bahr at Zorro

Your chance to meet Pam de Bahr! And catch up with and follow important reflections on the future of art, cultural policy and democratic practices in Leipzig and outside it.

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