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14 September, 2017
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The Peter Brook Special Achievement Award 🗓 🗺

  LIMF wins The Peter Book Special Achievement Award The Peter Brook Special Achievement Award will be presented to the London International Mime Festival (Helen Lannaghan […]
28 June, 2017
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LIMF – An Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation 2018-2022 🗓 🗺

London International Mime Festival gratefully acknowledges core financial support from Arts Council England and we are delighted to announce the festival’s continued status as an Arts […]
05 February, 2017
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Meeting up again with Bolek Polivka 🗓 🗺

  Meeting up again with Bolek Polivka It’s been a long time since we saw our old friend Bolek Polivka, whose shows were such highlights of […]
05 February, 2017
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Interview – Sean Gandini talks to Culture Whispers 🗓 🗺

Gandini Juggling: The Marriage of Circus and Theatre Just minutes into a conversation with Sean Gandini it becomes clear that the interview isn’t going as planned. […]
05 February, 2017
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Moving Picture Mime Show – Handle With Care video 🗓 🗺

Moving Picture Mime Show Once upon a time, there were three very special performers who had met at the Lecoq school in Paris – Paul Filipiak, […]
04 February, 2017
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Interview – Donald Hutera talks to the creators of Kiss & Cry 🗓 🗺

‘When the magician shows you the trick, maybe the trick starts to be more magical’ Donald Hutera talks to Michèle Anne De Mey and Gregory Grosjean […]
04 February, 2017
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Interview – Donald Hutera talks to Euripides Laskaridis 🗓 🗺

Under A Magnifying Glass Donald Hutera meets Euripides Laskaridis, the Greek artist responsible for the ripe and remarkable solo show Relic The above definition might be […]

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