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This new screen-to-stage musical adaptation of Tim Burton’s ghoulish 1988 film feels like two different musicals have been fused together. On one hand it’s...

Bach’s cello suites are rarely performed together. However, this collaboration, between choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and French cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras, unites Bach’s six...

Railing against the hypocrisy of religious and social propriety, Ibsen’s Ghosts was met with disgust on its 1882 release. Modern audiences won’t get queasy...

Is Rupert Murdoch a hero or a villain? First seen at the Almeida Theatre in London in 2017, ahead of a West End run,...

Written in 1989, Jerry Sterner’s Off-Broadway hit play is as 1980s as shoulder pads and Wham. The central character, played on screen by Danny...

David Eldridge’s hymn to the 1980s, written in 2006, is a huge undertaking. It requires a large cast playing multiple roles to bring to...

First performed in 1988 and inspired by the stories of first-ever convicts shipped to Australia, Timberlake Wertenbaker's political powerhouse, Our Country's Good, wears its...

The good ship Indomitable sailed into London last night to a hero’s welcome, after triumphs in Madrid and Rome. The cast for Deborah Warner’s...

Arthur Miller’s first Broadway success has remained popular since it premiered in 1947. In a way that’s surprising. It’s a play that borrows shamelessly...

Despite a rather flavourless score by David Yazbek, the screen-to-stage adaptation of Tootsie, the film that scored Dustin Hoffman an Oscar nomination in 1983,...

Opera, of course, this isn’t – though Richard Ayres has already composed two of them: The Cricket Recovers, a success at its Aldeburgh launch...

First seen at London’s Arcola Theatre in 2014, Barney Norris’ play about a couple facing up to the fact that they can no longer stay...
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