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Kabuki in London

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Kabuki in London

Postby gillian » June 2nd, 2006 12:19 am

I would just like to alert any Japanese culture vulture who lives within striking distance of Lodon that Kabuki superstar Ebizo XI is performing at the Sadlers Wells Theatre util 11 June in Fuji Musume and Kasane. This was a absolutely fascinatig evening.

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Re: Kabuki in London

Postby ly.na.vo.82_498910 » April 23rd, 2014 1:42 am

Breakfast in Tokyo and so Dinner in London .


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Re: Kabuki in London

Postby lewisahmed86_503134 » December 10th, 2014 8:31 pm

Kabuki is a traditional form of Japanese theatre that's performed solely by men and allows little scope for contemporary interpretation. Time Out meets Japan's leading kabuki star prior to his arrival in London for a show at Sadler's Wells.

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Re: Kabuki in London

Postby community.japanese » December 12th, 2014 7:43 pm

lewisahmed86 san,
konnichiwa.
I have seen kyogen which is traditional comedy however, I haven’t seen kabuki live.
I would love to see that someday.
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