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Combining monologue and dance, Caroline Bowditch’s Falling in Love with Frida is a passionate reclamation of Frida Kahlo as a disabled artist and a reflection on how we are remembered by others. Victoria Wright reviews a performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Sunday 7th September 2014 as part of the Unlimited Festival.

photo of performer Caroline Bowditch holding a large slice of watermelon

Caroline Bowditch gives an intimate and enticing performance that explores the life, loves and legacy of painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954).

Combining monologue and dance, Caroline Bowditch’s Falling in Love with Frida is a passionate reclamation of Frida Kahlo as a disabled artist and a reflection on how we are remembered by others. Victoria Wright reviews a performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as part of the Unlimited Festival.