The story of an unlikely friendship in a concentration camp perhaps requires a leap of faith too far, says SUSAN DARLINGTON
Wednesday 20th Sep 2017
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Dance and Politics: Moving Beyond Boundaries
by Dana Mills
(Manchester University Press, £14.99)
FROM Josephine Baker subverting stereotypes with her “banana dance,” to the Conservatives cracking...
Wednesday 30th Aug 2017
Jane EyreGrand Theatre, Leeds/Touring4/5
“READER, I married him,” from Jane Eyre is one of the most famous lines in literature — and it’s notably absent from Sally Cookson’s adaptation of...
Thursday 10th Aug 2017
Fantastic Mr Fox
THERE are times when Fantastic Mr Fox feels like a politics lesson for five-year-olds.
“I want stacks and stacks of money,” sings Bean in cabaret style, justifying why...
Wednesday 19th Jul 2017
SUSAN DARLINGTON sees an ambitious dramatisation of the struggle for women’s voting rights whose scale is both an asset and a drawback
Wednesday 5th Jul 2017
Susan Darlington reviews Recreation by Yorkshire Dance, Leeds
Thursday 15th Jun 2017
by Susan Darlington
Wednesday 14th Jun 2017
Susan Darlington reviews Chris T-T: Best Of (Xtra Mile Recordings)
Tuesday 13th Jun 2017
Lawrence Batley Theatre
A HORSE pokes its head through the stage curtain.
It shuffles onstage followed by three others and an unco-operative sheep. The...
Wednesday 7th Jun 2017
From Shore to Shore
Oriental City Restaurant, Leeds/Touring
DRAWING on interviews with Chinese people based in West Yorkshire, Mary Cooper’s From Shore To Shore follows three intersecting lives as they...
Wednesday 31st May 2017