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    He is known most for his comedy but he has shown in a number of his productions that he includes seriousness alongside comedy for optimum effect. His plays are performed all over the world and have won many awards including five at the Edinburgh fringe festival. However, for some, Bouncer’s is regarded as Godber’s finest work. The inspiration of which came from a club called Kiko’s in Pontefract- it had the added bonus of having fake palm trees on the dance floor! As a political play, we

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    Beatbox by Rahzel

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    looking towards commercial software such as Ableton Live, but found that, even though t... ... middle of paper ... ...foot controller to allow me to keep my hands free to play an instrument. Works Cited Beardyman One Album Per Hour: Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Online Video. Directed by THEAT29TV. Youtube. 2013. Beardyman Presents the Beardytron 5000. Online Video. Directed by BEARDYMAN. Beardyman. 2013. Beardyman Talks the BeardyTron_5000. Online Video. Directed by Roy ROONEY. London: Youtube

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    Pupil School

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    Pupil School The whole building seemed to moan in pain as the merciless wind battered it's crumbling walls. The Hayes boarding school had just called lights out. Mr Branston, the head teacher, doddered down the corridor at a snails pace rattling his cane across every radiator he walked past in an attempt to intimidate the students. He was making sure the dormitories were locked down and secure, but he was too drunk to check any locks properly. So he stumbled blindly back to his office

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    The Adelaide Fringe

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    investigation was to research what the impact of the Adelaide Fringe had on us and what effect it has locally, nationally and globally. This study aims to investigate the Adelaide Fringe and look at different positive impacts that it has. The Adelaide Fringe has an economic and social impact on Adelaide; it offers entertainment to people and offers musicians, comedians, artists jobs and many more people jobs. The Adelaide Fringe is truly a festival for the entire community; it offers entertainment and

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    A promo code will be greatly appreciated during the summer months, when accomodation the world over rises in price. A promo code will also come in handy if you are traveling to a location specific celebration, such as the world renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as local accommodation has been known to triple in price during such

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    Bennett has been writing, performing and directing since his first theatrical encounters as a student at Oxford in the early 1960's. He first gained success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and later, in collaboration with Dudley Moore, Peter Cooke and Jonathan Miller, enjoyed considerable acclaim with the original Beyond the Fringe. (www.museum.tv. Accessed 26/01/03) Alan Bennett is the archetypal Northerner, his bespeckled, dour appearance make him an unlikely celebrity and he would not

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    The Power of Butoh

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    In a scene from The Five Rings, an actor with a face white as chalk, his hair arranged in an elaborate Japanese traditional style, stares out at the audience. His eyes are slightly crossed, his teeth bared, his tongue hanging far out of his mouth. He meets the world salivating, spit dripping down his chin and mixing with the white paint, his eyes unblinking. It is almost difficult to take in a person with such extremity, such brutal singularity. This overt challenge to the viewer is part of what

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    Charlie Chaplin and Mr. Bean

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    The cinema industry has various ways to produce movies. In the early 1900’s, the movies were black and white due to the technology, and the sound wasn’t uploaded yet.Nowadays, time has changed and sound is crucial in movies. Despite the cliche, there are still some outstanding artists whose legacies throughout time. Among such artists, are Charlie Chaplin , a famous actor and comic in the 1920’s, and Rowan Atkinson, famous actor in the 1978’s. This shows that American culture is always moving forward

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