The Turning World reflects on international performance and the ways in which theatre has been influenced by exposure to radical productions presented by companies from around the world during the first 25 years of LIFT.
Exploring the book's themes under four headings - London, International, Festival and Theatre - the authors Rose Fenton, Lucy Neal, Rustom Bharucha, Lyn Gardner, Naseem Khan and Dragan Klaic take a critical look at the role of performance globally, as a force for social and political change.When you buy The Turning World you'll also receive a limited newspaper edition of Boat Magazine.
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 2005. 240 pages 24cm x 17cm. Paperback with colour and black and white images throughout.
ISBN 1 903080 03 7
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