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LIVEARTSHOW

LIVEARTSHOW was founded by Martin Constantine, Harry Blake and Alan Harris. We are a company made up of writers, directors, composers, designers and choreographers coming together to create new theatre with music.LIVEARTSHOW produced its first show, a dance opera, MANGA SISTER, at The Yard Theatre. We returned to The Yard last Summer with the award nominated RHINEGOLD.We are currently developing a number of new projects including LIFE AFTER DEATH, with National Theatre Wales, and MANGA SISTER I…See More
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LIVEARTSHOW

LIVEARTSHOW was founded by Martin Constantine, Harry Blake and Alan Harris. We are a company made up of writers, directors, composers, designers and choreographers coming together to create new theatre with music.LIVEARTSHOW produced its first show, a dance opera, MANGA SISTER, at The Yard Theatre. We returned to The Yard last Summer with the award nominated RHINEGOLD.We are currently developing a number of new projects including LIFE AFTER DEATH, with National Theatre Wales, and MANGA SISTER I…See More
Jan 10

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What I do:
Direct, Write
A little more about me:
I'm a theatre and opera director.
I trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
I'm co-director of LIVEARTSHOW with writer Alan Harris and composer Harry Blake - we create stories with music.
I was recently Associate Director at The Yard, London and I currently run a programme for young singers at ENO.
Location:
London
Projects I’m working on:
LIVEARTSHOW are currently developing a number of new projects - The Future for Beginners with the WMC, Manga Sister I and II at The Yard, London and we've been exploring Life After Death with NTW Wales Lab.
I've just directed a couple of shows for the Bath International Festival and Flight for RWCMD at the Sherman.
I'm directing WNO's Youth Opera, Paul Bunyan, this summer at the WMC.
Personal Website/CV:
http://www.martinconstantine.com
Twitter @username:
@liveartshow

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The Future For Beginners Summerhall Edinburgh Review

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Summerhall, 15.40

8/10

  

What would the future hold if it was mapped out?  What if there as a system

for factoring out fate, to the last miniscule detail? Alan Harris’ energetic,

stylish play poses this question in an hour of gripping, tight and original

drama.

 

Showing in the Demonstration Room at the former Veterinary college (now

Summerhall), The Future for Beginners has underwent radical…

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Posted on August 7, 2014 at 10:59

The Future for Beginners - at WMC - an introduction

This is the first blog about the process of making The Future for Beginners. We’re on quite a journey over the next few months – quite literally – so we’ll aim to keep you posted about how it’s going from different members of the team. The journey takes us from the Wales Millennium Centre this July to Summerhall and the Edinburgh Festival throughout August and then a tour of Wales in the Autumn.

And we’ll be travelling (I’ll drop this metaphor now!) with an amazing team of practitioners –… Continue

Posted on July 14, 2014 at 12:27

'The Future For Beginners' - Open Rehearsal

'The Future For Beginners' are opening their doors to you; we are running an open rehearsal on Thursday 4th July 4-6pm at the WMC. It's a great opportunity to see how Live Artshow work and the process of creating this show. Email liveartshow@yahoo.co.uk if you want to come along! …

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Posted on July 2, 2013 at 16:00

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At 16:53 on September 18, 2014, Louise Rouse said…

Hi Martin,

I'm afraid I'm working until the 28th Nov so wouldn't be able to do the tour but thank you for asking and I hope it goes well!

Louise

 
 
 

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