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ENB at the Glastonbury Festival

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#1 Jane Simpson

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 03:11 AM

ENB's WW1 programme, Lest we Forget, has made a great impact over the last few months and one of the pieces, Akram Khan's Dust, was performed yesterday to an audience of around 10,000 people at the Glastonbury Festival. The Guardian has a set of highly atmospheric photographs showing the festival background as well as the piece itself. (Glastonbury is famous for its mud, amongst other things.)

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