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Stewart Tunnicliff

Stewart Tunnicliff has 33 articles published.

Stewart Tunnicliff
Coming from a theatre and performance background, and being a celluloid aficionado, it only seemed right that Stewart aka theLingoGuy pursued this through his other passion of writing. He is also very excited by the theatre and documentary scene developing locally, particularly English Theatre Leipzig, DOK and GlobalLE. However, he keeps an eye on the ground breaking stuff in the Fringe, Slam poetry, Battle Rap and the many fusion genre TV series and films. As you can see, you can expect a diverse palette of stage and screen choices, as well as other passions that he will paint from with his words.

Body Awareness review: us under the microscope

in Reviews/Theater
Cynthia Dyre-Moellenhoff (Phyllis), Erik Eek (Frank), Julia Kragh (Stage Manager), John Moser (Jared), Nicola Chapman (Joyce)

As you leave this thought-provoking play, there are many themes you can choose from to discuss over beer and wine at the bar.

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Dhar, Leipzig and stand-up comedy in English

in Glocal/Stage

After glowing multicultural responses to his stand-up, I was curious over why, as an adoptive Berliner, the entertaining host from the UK chose this format and locale.

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Dealing with grief on the screen

in Movies/Reviews/TV

Small-time mafia, gentrification of the Bronx, drugs, secret love, bullying, racism, good food and wine, this show has many things to quench the viewer’s thirst for more.

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Glocal spotlight: Kuba the comedian

in Glocal/My Leipzig
The Polish Kuba dedicates himself to a show on Radio Blau, stand-up comedy with the Shameless troupe, and a 9-to-5 job. https://leipglo.com
Kuba performs stand-up. Photo by Daniel Louis Vezza.

Never getting into German comedy could be what nudged the Polish Kuba into English stand-up.

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Polyglot Open Mic

in Events/Literature/Poetry

It epitomizes and reflects the creative free spirit and tolerance of this city.

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English Theatre – What makes a killer?

in Stage/Theater

This play will bombard you with audio, visual, emotional input to question whether it is Roberto Zucco’ s background, upbringing, surroundings, desires, notion of evil or madness that drives him to take the lives of others.

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