Tag: Battersea Arts Centre

Review: Rituals for Change

Review: Rituals for Change

Guest review by Tom Ward.


Rituals For Change is the fourth piece by two-time Fringe First Award Winner Emma Frankland. Exploring ‘the body and the felt experience of change’ from a semi-autobiographical perspective, it falls somewhere between theatre and performance art. Frankland’s work consists of a series of visually striking images, presented to the audience via a ritualistic lens that is then framed by her unique transgender perspective.

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Review: Ross and Rachel

Review: Ross and Rachel

What happens when the perfect couple gets together and stays together? Why, they live happily ever after of course… or do they? This isn’t a fairy tale, or even a sitcom. Ross and Rachel may have been the couple that defined a generation, myself among them, but that was 13 years ago. Has their perfect relationship stood the test of time? James Fritz writes an ingenious script that charters the reality of a happy ending.

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