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Michael Coleman puts on an almost perfect show; a piece of Birmingham moves to Temple Bar; and Amelia Stein goes close to the edge
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Ramon Kassam looks for the most elegant solution; Gavin Hogg takes a Jungian path; and a posthumous Martin Folan show exudes integrity
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