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REVIEW: How a Man Crumbled at the Mimetic Festival

Welcome to the fascinatingly absurd mind of Russian poet, Daniil Kharms. Staged to take the form of a stream of consciousness, the How a Man Crumbled brilliantly lifts the lid on the mind, putting the occurrence of obtrusive thoughts and wandering strands of attention centre...

REVIEW: Where the White Stops in Mimetic 2, Mimetic Festival

In another time and in another place, Where the White Stops could have been called The Crab and The Narwhal, a folk story passed from generation to generation and between tribes around the Arctic circle. Of course it isn’t; it’s a modern play from a...

INTERVIEW: Michael Twaits

The third year of the Mimetic Festival opens at its new home, the Waterloo Vaults, on Tuesday 18th November, running until Saturday 29th November. Lighting up the vaults with a wealth of cutting-edge theatre and cabaret, the festival showcases the very best devised, physical and...

LOOK AHEAD: Mimetic Festival at the Waterloo Vaults

Mimetic Festival 2014’s programme has gone live and a wealth of cutting-edge theatre and cabaret will soon be lighting up the dark tunnels of the Vaults. Theatre highlights include: fringe favourites Antler Theatre’s Where the White Stops (Ideastap Underbelly Award Winner 2013); Kill The Beast’s...