Marquez and Neruda inspire AUB devised finale

PERFORMING Arts students from Arts University Bourne­mouth have taken Gabriel García Márquez’s of Love and other Demons as the inspiration for their devised course-end show Fermen­ted Honey, performed at Pavilion Dance from 17th to 19th May.

They and director Lee Hart have also looked at works by Pablo Neruda in creating the show, described as “a late of unrequited love, tortured longing, isolation and repression, brought vividly to live with live music and bold visual storytelling.”

Performances are nightly at 7.30, with a 2.30 Saturday matinee.  For more information, visit the website, www.pdsw.org.uk