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Events: Gothic networking, Dracula, vampires

Some exciting events coming up! Some alluring vampire-themed material here, too, with what looks an intriguing contemporary dance adaptation of Dracula, and a festival of vampire films, discussed by Prof. Stacey Abbott, who has collaborated with OGOM from the beginning. … Continue reading

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Review of Matthew Bourne’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Last night I attended Matthew Bourne’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at Sadler’s Wells. Based upon Tchaikovsky’s ballet ‘The Sleeping Beauty’ (first performed in 1890), which in turn was based upon Charles Perrault’s ‘La belle au bois dormant’ (1696) and some aspects from … Continue reading

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Review of Mark Bruce’s ‘Dracula’

At the end of November, I treated myself and a friend to a performance of Mark Bruce’s Dracula. It is a sign of the how good the reviews had been that I was willing to trek from South-West London to North-East London to … Continue reading

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