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Jasmine's & Dame Trot's
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East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Channel Islands, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, International
Peter Pan's & Prince Charming's
Theatre (Child / TIE)
East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Channel Islands, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, International
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Tete-a-Tete Opera Festival 2014

After eight seasons at Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios, the experimental opera festival Tete a Tete has relocated to Central Saint Martins and Kings Place. Forty new productions take place over a three-week season. Three of the opening night’s four main events covered a range of ideas, and levels of accomplishment. April in the Amazon is a series of life episodes recollected...

Adriana Lecouvreur

Holland Park returns to its verismo period specialism with this 1902 romantic tragedy by Cilea, presented here in a new staging by Martin Lloyd-Evans. It seems obligatory these days for every new production at Holland Park (as elsewhere) to opt for a different period to the one originally stipulated by the work’s creators. Cilea’s story of the real-life 17th-century actress...

Shakespeare in Love

Declan Donnellan’s stage adaptation of the Oscar-laden 1998 film – in which Judi Dench famously acquired a best supporting actress award for her eight-minute turn as Queen Elizabeth I – is carried by its not inconsiderable charms.
Given that Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard’s screenplay was essentially a love letter to the theatre, there’s a definite case to be made...

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    • Gillian Anderson explains why she was destined to play Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire
    • Learn how to prep a winning press kit in our new learning and careers section, The Half
    • We find out why versatile Olivier award-winner Sharon D Clarke refuses to be pigeonholed
    • Ever thought about training abroad? Two graduates of Paris' Ecole Jacques Lecoq share their experiences
    • Plus... stage managing Olympic ceremonies: Kate Ramsey gives us the aerial view