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Leipzig Events: We could steal time just for one day, Jan 21-27

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How much can you fit into one day… one week… one lifetime?

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Mac batty beth

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Lindsay Raggett and Justin Sands in Elsie & Norm's Macbeth, photo Kapuczino

Something witty this way comes via English Theatre Leipzig

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Leipzig Events and Theatre: A funny kind of Macbeth

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Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf

What happens when a bored couple try to stage Macbeth in their living room?

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Special: Mini-documentary on Glasgow’s Fear No Colours Theatre Group in Leipzig

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Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to see the absolutely mind- and soul-shaking rendition of Cleansed by the new Glasgow-based Fear No Colours Theatre Group – and for those who’d like a glimpse into what has driven its director and actors, and shaped the characters – I’ve put together a video narrative from a backstage chat I had with them and from their performance I attended Saturday, June 13, at Leipzig’s Neues Schauspiel. Stick ’til the end of the video to hear how they liked Leipzig. https://youtu.be/3L7K4wgnb1Y

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Leipzig Events: Sunday – Glasgow actors give intensely corporeal and emotional performance at Neues Schauspiel

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Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf

A young, brave and intensely talented troupe of Glasgow actors performs Cleansed by Sarah Kane for the last time in Leipzig, at least this season, Sunday at 8 p.m. at Neues Schauspiel. I’d take the opportunity to see them if I were you; it’s the most intimate, passionate and raw theater performance I’ve ever seen. And it’s in English.

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Theater review – “The Mysterious Mr. Love”

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Peter Seaton-Clark and Nicola Chapman in "The Mysterious Mr. Love." (Photo by Dirk Brzoska)
Peter Seaton-Clark and Nicola Chapman in "The Mysterious Mr. Love." (Photo by Dirk Brzoska)

LeipGlo’s favorite play staged locally will be back at Neues Schauspiel in December! Here’s a review of the stellar performance we attended, during its first incarnation with Peter and Nicola under Tom Bailey’s direction.

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