Richard Alston Dance Company

August 2017
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Bring on the Bollywood
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Calamity, Comedy and Clowning
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The Gruffalo
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The Gruffalo
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The Gruffalo
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The Gruffalo
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The Gruffalo
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Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress
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Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress
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John Cleese in Conversation
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Duration: Approx 1 hour 50 mins with 2 intervals

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  • Echoing cheers for Alston and his dancers.
       
    Financial Times
  • A marriage made in heaven.
       
    Observer

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