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  • Fiona Shaw’s examination of Britten’s first chamber opera, first produced for the Glyndebourne Tour in 2013, returns to the Sussex stage nearly
  • Despite a weak second act, and an overly sentimental finale, David Ireland’s script reinvents the familiar tale of love across generations through a witty look
  • Rich, a gay writer living in 80s New York, has just learned that he is HIV-positive and is trying to keep up
  • The Skriker is ancient, earth-old, pre-history, a thing of myth. It can take any form, any face. It is not human but
  • Who would have thought that a book full of holes could be made into a ballet full of dazzling multi-sensory surprises. Inspired
  • If you dramatise one of the most popular picture books ever written then you have to present something that your young audience