Ballet Black: From New Orleans to Harlow

Ballet Black PAY WHAT YOU CAN SEASON Ballet Black collaborates with three bold and inventive choreographers to present an irresistible trilogy of narrative and abstract dance. Featuring works by Arthur Pita, Christopher Marney and Christopher Hampson, including the wonderful Storyville- a 1920s bittersweet fable of farm girl Nola, set in New Orleans to the haunting […]

Review: Joe and Jess Forever at the Harlow Playhouse

JESS and Joe Forever sounding like something you might find carved into an old tree this it seems was the idea behind it. The play is set as the audience enter; there is a worn chequered carpet on which stands speakers, microphones and an enigmatic pile of dirt. The show begins without incident as the only two performers arrive onstage to wander about making direct and awkward looks towards the audience.

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