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Acts Re-Acts 3 Residency at Wimbledon Space

ACTS RE-ACTS 3

ACTS RE-ACTS 3

Baseless Fabric is excited to announce a residency at Wimbledon Space as part of the Acts Re-Acts 3 between 19th February & 16th March.

We will be exploring a new piece using digital technology based on interviews we have been doing with local people from the South West London area.

For more information check the Wimbledon Space Event.

 

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  • The laughs come thick and fast; the score is cleverly conveyed by bassoon, violin and accordion (arranged by bassoonist Leo Geyer); and the singing is glorious.
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