Performing Arts in London for May

Photo by Laurie Lewis

3 May 2010 – Tenor Rolando Villazon rehearsing with the Gabrieli Players at the Royal Festival Hall, London, UK.

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photo by Laurie Lewis

5 May 2010 – Asphodel Meadows, choreographed by Liam Scarlett with Bennet Gartside and Tamara Rojo. Part of a ballet triple-bill by the Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, UK.

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Photographer Tristram Kenton

4 May 2010. Sweet Charity, musical written by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Dorothy Fields and book by Neil Simon. Directed by Matthew White. Tamzin Outhwaite as Charity Hope Valentine in performance at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, UK.

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Photographer Tristram Kenton

5 May 2010. Musashi by Ninagawa Company,directed by Yukio Ninagawa. Tatsuya Fujiwara as Musashi and Ryo Katsuji as Kojiro performing in the play at the Barbican, London, UK. Set in the early 17th century, six years after the Duel of Ganryu between legendary swordsmen, Kojiro Sasaki and Musashi Miyamoto, the play joins Kojiro on a mission for retribution. Using the contemporary comedy elements of Noh and Kyogen and the spirit of the Samurai, Musashi demonstrates the ultimate futility of seeking vengeance.

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Photographer Tristram Kenton

5 May 2010. Eurydice by American playwrightSarah Ruhl. Ony Uhiara as Eurydice and Osi Okerafor as Orpheus performing at the Young Vic Theatre, London, UK.

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Photographer Tristram Kenton

7 May 2010. Circolombia: Urban. Circolombia’s latest work Urban. Members of the troupe trained at the Colombian national circus school, Circo Para Todos. Performance at the Roundhouse, London, UK.

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Photographer Tristram Kenton

8 May 2010. Salvage by Lost Dog dance company. Kath Duggan and Seke Chimutengwende dancing at The Place Theatre, London, UK.

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