Highlights from the world’s biggest theatre festival

Culture reporter Olivia Salazar-Winspear speaks to Eve Jackson about the highlights from the Avignon Theatre Festival in the south of France, including Greek tragedy "Hecuba, not Hecuba" from the event's artistic director Tiago Rodrigues, and French director Boris Charmatz's delightful outdoor style rave "Circles". The directors also comment on the importance of immigration and openness for artistic creation in the current political context in France. Also on the programme, we hear from the all-female metal band Voice of Baceprot, who made history at Glastonbury as the first Indonesian group ever to play at the iconic event.

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