Why Sofar Sounds are taking cities around the world by storm

100 people are packed into a living room in Shoreditch. The crowd are too quiet and well-mannered for this to be a house party, or even an ordinary gig. This is a night at Sofar Sounds, the intimate gig experience that has spread across the world since its humble beginnings in 2009.


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Review: Pussy Patrons’ Cabaret of Cunts is a Fiesta of Femininity

Upon entering the endearingly dilapidated Limehouse Town Hall there’s already a buzz of anticipation in the air. QM finalists Pussy Patrons have attracted quite the crowd for their specially curated evening of feminist performance, a Cabaret of Cunts involving puppetry, spoken word, music and of course, the Pussy Patrons themselves.

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Review: war war brand war

★★★★ Broadway Baby, Edinburgh Fringe 2015

Brand New and Pembroke Players’ joint production of Thom May’s war war brand war is wonderfully witty and compelling. The actors make the intimate space of Paradise in the Vault come alive with their depiction of a dystopian not-so-distant future in which war is about buzzwords instead of bullets.


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