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Post-Catharsis, the distant fate of Tragedy, by Panayiotis Neufelt

Post-Catharsis is the mirroring of a purification process, the acceptance or the understanding of an action or a result which has previously occurred, but spontaneously it has been revealed within the subconscious mind of a person (subject-character), affecting his/hers behaviour now. It can be a relapsing period or action and it could be revealed as […]

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Theatre, Greece And Feydeau: Keep Calm And… This Is Just The Birth Of A Crisis

Georges Feydeau‘s, “The Pregnant Pause or Love’s Labor Lost“, it is staged in Athens, Greece. Article by -Neu Photo Credits: Patroklos SKAFIDAS. Please do visit the photographer’s website here! Under the Greek title:«Η Λεονί εν αναμονή ή το όμορφο κακό».   For the first time in Greece, the Georges Feydeau‘s sensational comedy “The Pregnant Pause […]

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Brussels, 22nd of March 2016

Press Release London, 22 of March 2016 The International Independent Arts Council (IARC) strongly condemns the tragic and outrageous attacks against people in Brussels. On behalf of the Board of Directors, the management team, our companions and the International IARC community, these moments of grief, IARC expresses its heartfelt condolences to the families and friends […]

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Lecture Sword: the essence of Japanese art

In this lecture, Victor Harris, Keeper emeritus of Japan at the British Museum and Christie’s consultant, discusses the origins and establishment of the Japanese sword over 1,000 years ago as a work of art in its own right. Illustrated by swords from the collection. Saturday 12 July, 13.30–14.30 BP Lecture Theatre Free, booking essential Book […]

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The State of the Creative City

by salfordbeth Back in July we held a focus group as part of the ongoing ‘Governance’ work package for the project. We had a great attendance, from organisations including Cornerhouse, Creative Concern, Salford City Council, Brighter Sound, Islington Mill, 42nd Street, Writing Lives, Z-Arts, PalmerSquared, TiPP, Let’s Go Global, BBC, Unconvention, Mancuniverse and the University […]