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In search of 'Bolero'

| by Michael Pinchbeck

Michael Pinchbeck on his journey to Sarajevo and Paris to make his new piece, inspired by Ravel's Bolero: "The story I am now telling travels between Paris and Sarajevo, and begins and ends with two wars."

Rio: an inspirational city

| by Marc Brew

A Q&A with Marc Brew in Brazil as part of the handover of the cultural legacy from London 2012 to Rio 2016

From Stoke Mandeville to Bangladesh

| by Jenny Sealey

Graeae's Jenny Sealey spent some time working with theatre groups and a spinal injuries centre in Bangladesh. Here, she shares some of her experiences.

Theatre as an international language

| by Abdulla Al Asam

Abdulla Al Asam performed at Shakespeare's Globe as part of Globe Education's Sam Wanamaker Festival. The annual celebration brings together 42 students from the leading UK accredited drama schools. This year, Globe Education also welcomed Abdulla and his colleague Mohammed Ziyara who, from the Youth Activities Department, Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage, Qatar, as part of Qatar-UK 2013 Year of Culture. Abdulla shares his thoughts below.

"China is still seen as an adventure"

| by David Elliott

David Elliott – Director Arts for the British Council, China – talks new buildings, dealing with censorship and why he loves his job...


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