Reviews

Eden: Paradise lost or community theatre at its core?

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It was clear that this was a production that people cared about and were engaged with. But if the actors on stage don’t believe the words coming out of their mouth, how is the audience supposed to?

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Restaurant Review: Paps combines street food and fine dining

It's easy to see why Paps on Bornaische Str. in Leipzig, which blends fine dining and street food, has a 5.0 Google rating.

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DIMENSIONS asks what is true and what is real

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DIMENSIONS: Digital Art since 1859, on view at Wahren’s Pittlerwerke until 9 July, asks questions that are both timely and timeless.

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Gemrieli: a taste of Georgian hospitality

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It is said that if you can touch the table with one finger between the many dishes at a Georgian supra, there are not enough! Georgian hospitality is the stuff of legend. Traditional home-cooked food and fine wines attracted 1.6 million international tourists to Georgia in 2022 – many on gastronomic and wine-tasting tours. So

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ETL’s Scab delivers chalk and cheese

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I have a thing about theatre. I want it to be either utterly exhilarating and breathtakingly brilliant or so lamentably, gut-twistingly inept as to be a delicious and hilarious spectacle. That’s probably quite mean. It’s also probably quite true of a lot of people. Theatre can take you on a journey that film can’t. You

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ETL’s Arden: making Shakespeare accessible

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Arden, the new play by English Theatre Leipzig. Shakespeare, as we all know, is a difficult thing to pull off. Selecting which play to do can be a challenge in and of itself. Here, English Theatre Leipzig chose to adapt “As You Like It”, a play probably better known for some of its quotes than

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