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Grandma And Silly Billy Singer/ Actor Male
Theatre (Musical)
East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Northern Ireland
Singer/ Performer
Theatre (Musical)
East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Northern Ireland
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Wendy Whelan: Restless Creature

Wendy Whelan presents four collaborative duets, which she performs with each choreographer.
We are introduced to the individualistic charms of the ex-New York City Ballet Principal in Alejandro Cerrudo’s Ego Et Tu. Whelan is like a tiny bird, fragile, flitting, dart quick. The piece is pure revelry in movement. Circles are drawn in space with the hands and feet, tracing...

Aida

In its 40th anniversary year, Dorset Festival Opera demonstrates impressive standards in this full-scale production of one of Verdi’s grandest works. Aida is one of two major pieces the company – whose activities have expanded considerably under its artistic director, Roderick Kennedy – performs this season; Fidelio is also in the repertory.
Designed by Steve Howell, Paul Carr’s staging of...

The Boy Who Fell Into a Book

As Alan Ayckbourn has opted to direct this musical with the team behind The Demon Headmaster stage show, we must assume that he approves of its treatment of his 1998 play. Audiences will like it a lot too.
Ten-year-old Kevin finds himself living out events from his books and teaming up with his fictional hero, private investigator Rockfist Slim, to...

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    Exclusively in the July 17 issue of The Stage
     
    • Matt Trueman talks to director Carrie Cracknell as she takes on Medea at the National
    • Natasha Tripney catches up with Shakespeare's Globe in Serbia as it tours the world with Hamlet
    • We chat to actor Josh McGuire about his killer CV as he heads to Chichester to be Mozart
    • Doug McPherson visits Cirque Bijou before it hits the Bristol Harbour Festival