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REVIEWS

Following the success of Pied Piper Theatre’s Burglar Bill last year, this new two hander for very young children follows a similar format. There...

The opera buffa Cosi Fan Tutte contains some of Mozart's most glorious arias and orchestrations, but Da Ponte’s libretto, whose title translates as “all women...

Charming children’s dance-theatre show Tidy Up takes aim at anal retentive orderliness with brightly-coloured balloons, confetti and cushions. But it doesn’t simply revel in mess...

Kyle Abraham’s Pavement is a cri de coeur for black America. Political, painful and cerebral, it’s written in a far-reaching physical language that incorporates...

The Royal Opera’s new production of Rossini’s melodramma tragico Semiramide – its first full staging at the venue since 1887 – was struck by...

There is a lot to like about this enthusiastic and colourful stage version of PJ Hogan’s cult 1994 film Muriel’s Wedding. Muriel Heslop (Maggie McKenna)...

Back in June 2011 English National Opera staged the world premiere of Nico Muhly’s first opera, Two Boys – a co-production with the Metropolitan...

Exploring the complex identity that comes with having a mixed-race background was never going to be easy, but #Hashtag Lightie – back for a...

A throttled wail reverberates through the darkness. The sound morphs into a rich, melodic chant and finally, as solo performer Dorothee Munyaneza emerges into...

It’s important to tell the story of Pussy Riot. It’s entirely laudable to give privileged Western audiences some idea of the systemic horrors endured...

In 2007 Blair on Broadway garnered much critical acclaim for creators Iain Hollingshead and Timothy Muller. Ten years later they have reunited for The...

Louisa May Alcott’s literary classic Little Women has been transformed into a fast-paced, exciting musical. It makes its European debut under the direction of...
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