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16 hours ago, stucha said:

Yes those 50 Indian medical students as extras would be a sight to behold. 😉

 

They can be seen here, among others:

 

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Thanks Amelia. This clip really makes me want to see this production!  

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8 hours ago, Sim said:

Thanks Amelia. This clip really makes me want to see this production!  

 

Any chance of a live stream or whatever, for us elsewhere?

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More immediately, she has Arthur Pita's The Mother in Edinburgh at the end of this week - see lengthy interview-based piece in to day's Links.

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John, that is the one that Ian is referring to isn't it, since he posted yesterday?!

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Well now that sounds like a barrel of laughs... :D

 

It does also sound fascinating. I can't at the moment access the info about the shows in London next June - where will they be?

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Tickets at the Southbank went on general sale this morning folks. Originally advertised as three performances, June 20-22, there now only seem to be two shows - June 20th and 21st.

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17 hours ago, Mummykool said:

Tickets at the Southbank went on general sale this morning folks. Originally advertised as three performances, June 20-22, there now only seem to be two shows - June 20th and 21st.

 

Unfortunately I see that the cheapest tickets, including booking fee, are £33. (That's three times the price of a ticket I have just booked at Sadler's Wells, and that was for a full triple bill.) So I will have to give it a miss.

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Is anyone familiar with the venue (Queen Elizabeth Hall) & what the seats at the very  back (i.e. the cheapest seats) are like view wise? Are they good value or not worth it?

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Me neither.  But it's a long time since I've watched dance there, so I can't remember just how far away the dancers were.

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Unless there has been a substantial change to the rake in the recent refurbishment, all seats at the QEH have a good view of the platform.

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