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True West

True West

Read Renny’s Tricycle Theatre blog entry – August 2014

There’s no love lost between brothers Austin and Lee in Sam Shepard’s True West – and some pretty spectacular fight scenes to show for it! Today we welcome True West Fight … Read more...

Crossing swords in the name of art

When the swords start flying in The Royal Exchange’s thrilling new production of Cyrano de Bergerac, you don’t need to suspend your belief very hard to feel the fights are for real. The design of the theatre, in the round, … Read more...

En garde for world premiere!

Power, corruption, intrigue, romance and above all swashbuckling come to Bradford’s Alhambra when Alexandre Dumas’ classic tale, The Three Musketeers, is brought to life as a ballet for the very first time.
David Nixon, who has choreographed this new production … Read more...

Cloak and dagger at the fight club

Usually a fight director’s role goes almost unrecognised, but not this time. Sarah Hemming talks to Renny Krupinski the man behind the swords of The Three Musketeers

While most of us spend the festive season trying to avoid open conflict … Read more...