Emily Dunford

Review: Andy Parsons, Live and Unleashed – but Naturally Cautious

Mock the Week regular and contributor to puppet satire Spitting Image, Andy Parsons sold out his set at Warwick Arts Centre in February. On this occasion though, the comedian was less lucky with the smaller audience in the Royal Spa Centre for ‘Live and Unleashed – but Naturally Cautious’. Thankfully...
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Posted Oct. 10, 2015

“Unreliable Evidence” – Mead Gallery

The Execution of Maximilian (c. 1867–8) by Edouard Manet depicts the fatal moment when the Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian was executed alongside two of his generals, Mejía and Miramón, on 19 June 1867 by Mexican troops. The subject matter was so contentious that Manet was prevented from exhibiting the series...
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Posted Oct. 16, 2014

Seann Walsh Interview

Seann Walsh, team captain of Channel 4’s Virtually Famous and featured on programmes from Live at the Apollo to Celebrity Juice, comes to Warwick Arts Centre on 8th October with his new show, Seann, 28. Following the success of his 2013 show, The Lie-in King, The Boar caught up with...
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Posted Oct. 9, 2014

The Last Adventures – Warwick Arts Centre Review

Forced Entertainment always seem to divide opinion and this is especially so at Thursday’s performance of The Last Adventures. Gaggles of school children argued about whether the piece was “really well clever” or whether to leave the auditorium, amongst a blend of perplexed-looking or smiling theatre-goers. This having spent 80...
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Posted Oct. 7, 2014

Interview with KK Null

Forced Entertainment’s 2013 show The Last Adventures comes to Warwick Arts Centre for its UK premiere on 1st-3rd October as part of Fierce Festival. Boar Arts caught up with live guest musician KK Null, a front-runner in Japanese noise music and founding member of Zeni Geva, to discuss his musical...
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Posted Oct. 1, 2014

Musical Theatre Warwick Freshers Profile

Music Theatre Warwick combines acting, singing and dancing with opportunities to get involved in one or all of these disciplines. They perform three main shows- a production in the Warwick Arts Centre Theatre, one in the Studio and a student-written musical revue- as well as other performances throughout the year....
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Posted Sep. 27, 2014

Interview with “The Human Animal”

Ahead of their upcoming amateur production of “in-yer-face” playwright Simon Stephens’ “Wastwater” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Emily Dunford caught up with The Human Animal, a theatre collective formed by students Juliet Clark, Maria Hildebrand and Samuel Wightman.
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Posted Jul. 29, 2014