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Podcast 2: SIFA Review Part 2: The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco; I am LGB.

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Duration: 30 minutes

We discuss The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco and I Am LGB in Podcast 2, the second part of our SIFA special.

ArtsEquator’s weekly podcast on arts and culture features co-hosts Kathy Rowland and Matt Lyon chatting about the latest performances, exhibitions and arts news in Singapore and other parts of Southeast Asia. For the second week running, we’re joined by guest, Shawn Chua. The ArtsEquator Podcast is supported by the Faculty for the Creative Industries, LASALLE College of the Arts. Opening music composed by Caspar Productions. (13/10/2016)

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Antonio Vargas. Image Source: Checkpoint Theatre
Antonio Vargas. Image: Checkpoint Theatre
The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco. Image: Checkpoint Theatre
The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco. Image: Checkpoint Theatre

Selected reviews:

The Last Bull

The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco” by Naeem Kapadia (Crystalwords Blog)

Telling Life Stories via Dance by Akshita Nanda (Straits Times)

A Feast for the Mind and Sense” by Helmi Yusof (Business Times)

The Last Bull’ by Checkpoint Theatre” by Kei Watkins (Centre 42)

I AM LGB

Photo by Debby Y Photography. Image courtesy of LGB Society of the Mind.
Photo by Debby Y Photography. Image courtesy of LGB Society of the Mind.

“Stand-out Performance” by Akshita Nanda (Straits Times)

Radically Provocative Encounters” by Helmi Yusof (Business Times)

I Am LGB by Ng Yi Sheng (SIFA Blog)

I Am LGB: An Experiment by the LGB Society of the Mind by Corrie Tan (Personal Blog)

Consider the Performer’s Wig” by Marcus Yee (Rightafters Blog)

I Am LGB by Loo Zihan and Ray Langenbach” by Kei Franklin (Centre42)

I Am LGBby Dawn Teo (Centre42)

Review: I Am LGB” by Janelle Chua (The Ridge)

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