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The Final One Festival Comes to The Space

If there’s one thing in which London abounds, it’s excellent fringe venues and theatre; none more so than The Space in E14. This week sees The One Festival’s return (for the final time). It is a unique programme of bite-size theatre that celebrates the art of the solo performance. Boasting over 40 exciting theatre makers …

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Carlos Acosta’s Classical Farewell: Saving the Last Dance

The Royal Albert Hall will be the last stage for Carlos Acosta, one of the best classical ballet dancers of his generation. He’ll be retiring his ballet shoes with five final performances that will take place daily from Monday 3rd October to Friday 7th October. SEEN strongly recommends that you don’t miss this final opportunity to admire Acosta’s dancing; surely he is the finest exponent of classical ballet anywhere in the world.

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Andrea Carballo

SEEN attended the Argentine Film Festival recently and enjoyed ‘Finding Sofía’ a darkly comic film about an animator who goes to Argentina to visit a woman he meets online, only to find her living with her artist boyfriend and his quirky assistant. We were lucky enough to get an interview with the talented Andrea Carballo, who plays the complicated Sofía…

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Cabaret Whore at London Wonderground

The award-winning 2016 Edinburgh hit show comes to the Southbank for ONE NIGHT ONLY on Tuesday 6th September at 9.30pm. The creators of CABARET WHORE, JULIE MADLY DEEPLY and SONGS FOR CYNICS bring their new darkly comic cabaret ‘La Poule Plombée’ to the Wonderground.

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Science on Screen’s back at the Barbican

SEEN loves the Barbican and cinema, and this autumn sees an exciting new collaboration. Beginning 8th September, Barbican Cinemas continues its partnership with the London Mathematical Laboratory with Science on Screen, a series of films exploring the rich terrain of science and cinema.

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The King’s Head Theatre: La Boheme

SEEN, ever a fan of London’s thriving Fringe Theatre, is delighted to see that the King’s Head Theatre is presenting a radical new version of Puccini’s timeless classic, La Bohème, by Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Becca Marriott.