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Nicolas Jackson goes to the theatre, to Madrid's international performing arts Autumn Festival in Spring, where he discusses new work by internationally renowned companies DV8 and Complicite, Manchester-based Quarantine and director Peter Brook. Actor William Nadylam explains what's changed in Peter Brook's readaption of Can Themba's novel The Suit, set in apartheid era South Africa. Lloyd Newson, director of DV8 Physical Theatre, presents their latest work Can we talk about this? which explores the issue of Islam and censorship. We hear from Richard Gregory, artistic director of Quarantine about the personal hopes, fears and memories behind their unusually structured piece Entitled. Finally, Basque actor César Saranchu discusses what it's like to work with British company Complicite and to perform a play based on a Russian novel in English in front of a Spanish audience.
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