The season of summer is generously applied at London’s Southbank once the Underbelly stage has been erected – this means summer lasts at the river Thames from April until September. In its 11th year this stable in the capital’s calendar has over 140 performances and events scheduled and one of the highlights already from the … Continue reading Punk cabaret defining this year’s summer in London – Little Death Club at the Southbank’s Underbelly
This is a piece of theatre about a less frequented district of a huge city and about the urban anonymity and inequality leading to loneliness. I am in Hammersmith’s Lyrics and after several parties and lunches on their excellent roof terrace above the high street I’m finally in the actual theatre. Having wanted to see … Continue reading In Hammersmith’s Lyric Theatre: The Animals and Children took to the Streets!
It is our last night in Kyoto – yesterday was a Tuesday when most museums and theatres are closed in Japan but we also had typhoon Jebi storming above us, bringing the public and tourists alike to a halt. Luckily our Ryokan guesthouse did not lose electricity like others. We ate in the main train … Continue reading Artificial intelligence and its Gear in Kyoto
After having joined giving standing ovations to Jakop Ahlbom’s mind-blowing Horror piece at the London International Mime Festival (LIMF) two years ago not only is he back in 2018 with Lebensraum but me as well in the audience, again in the Peacock Theatre in Holborn, London. Horror was so different from anything I had seen … Continue reading More Lebensraum in Holborn, London