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REVIEWS

A tribute to the South West via the Wild West, Carl Grose’s new comedy opens with the death of Jed Kneebone, an infamous yarn-weaving...

Rebecca Frecknall’s emotionally rich production of Tennessee Williams’ previously unloved play loses very little of the intimacy or delicacy in its transfer to the...

If only there was a sense of rage in Alastair Marriott’s new one act ballet The Unknown Soldier, which opens the latest triple bill...

Famously encored in its entirety by the Emperor of Austria, Domenico Cimarosa’s Il matrimonio segreto dates from 1792 – the year of Rossini’s birth...

Kenneth Grahame’s beloved literary classic began life as a series of bedtime stories the author told to his young son. Though the book’s episodic...

Internationaal Theater Amsterdam – formerly Toneelgroep Amsterdam – has been a regular fixture at the Barbican in recent years. Ivo van Hove's Dutch ensemble...

This year's Royal Variety Performance was held in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Members of the Invictus Choir led the...

Lisa Carroll’s play Cuckoo is a witty study of the mess and complexity of adolescent friendship. When word gets out that a couple of morbidly...

In the film that opens John Terry’s production of Aladdin, a camel is wandering the streets of Chipping Norton. The villainous Abanazar asks at...

The Big House is gaining a solid reputation for making raw, powerful work with at-risk young people, and Bullet Tongue is no exception, a...

Miriam Sherwood’s late grandfather Laco Kalina lived a life large enough to fill five volumes of autobiography. Born in 1913, under the pseudonym Jan Kalina,...

In 1962 the new Coventry Cathedral was consecrated, just yards away from the ruins of its medieval predecessor, which was destroyed in a bombing...
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