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2014 OLIVIER AWARDS!
LIMF is proud and delighted to announce that What's Become of You? (Questcequetudeviens?)
by Compagnie 111 / Aurélien Bory / Stéphanie Fuster, presented at the Barbican as part of the 2014 festival, has been nominated for an Olivier Award in the category of Best New Dance Production.
In the words of the Olivier Award judges, the show 'raised the bar for flamenco, distilling the essence of the traditional Spanish form of dance and giving it a new story, an artist's journey of discovery'.
The 'Oliviers' are Britain's most prestigious theatre awards, recognising excellence and star quality.
Congratulations to Aurélien, Stéphanie and their colleagues, for achieving this great honour!
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