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They say that, since it premiered more than eight decades ago, not a day has gone by that Our Town hasn’t been performed somewhere...

Zinnie Harris has filleted John Webster’s great Jacobean revenge tragedy in a slick and streamlined adaptation. This is all lean meat and, in her...

The centrepiece of Rokia Traoré’s Brighton Festival guest directorship is this unique story-concert paying tribute to the ancient art of the griots. Forgoing her electric...

Inspired by the Names Project Aids Memorial Quilt, Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens is a song cycle that gives testimony to those...

Forget Wagner’s Ring: the largest of operatic cycles is Stockhausen’s Licht (Light), its seven parts each named after a day of the week. Licht still...

This is smartly done. Really smartly done. Cooked up by writer Ella Hickson and sound designer brothers Ben and Max Ringham, Anna is a...

The air is thick with the smell of incense. The Woman (Rochelle Rose) stands behind a wooden workbench. Directly above her head, a triangle...

Revived and reconfigured with a reduced cast for small-scale Highland touring, the National Theatre of Scotland's production of The Cheviot, the Stag and the...

Umberto Giordano’s French Revolution drama focuses on a poet whose views prove unwelcome to both sides. Moreover, the allegiance of his rival Gerard –...

The actor Coral Browne moved to London from Australia in 1936 with a string of classical leading-lady credits to her name and £50 in...

The small but potent opera company Hampstead Garden Opera works with singers towards the beginning of their careers, staging operas twice a year. In this...

A pool of golden light hits the stage and six dancers dressed in rose, violet and bronze silk dart across the space. They form...
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