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Benjamin Britten

Written in 1958, Britten’s opera brings together professionals and amateurs, adults and children to tell the tale of Noah’s Flood – to use modern...

Benjamin Britten’s psychological thriller, based on Henry James’ ambiguous ghost story, must have been doubly shocking in 1950s Britain. This gripping production, directed by Louisa...

In an age in which Britten’s take on Shakespeare can morph into a disquisition on paedophilia at directorial whim, Peter Hall’s celebrated production, first...

For four years, the island town of Enniskillen has been at the epicentre of the Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival. Under director Sean...

Fiona Shaw’s examination of Britten’s first chamber opera, first produced for the Glyndebourne Tour in 2013, returns to the Sussex stage nearly 70 years...

English National Opera’s production of Benjamin Britten’s Death in Venice is to be broadcast live on Sky Arts later this month. ENO’s production – a...

Peter Grimes was Benjamin Britten’s first opera and still is his finest, its melancholy story of a fisherman and his drowned apprentice appreciated by...

Norfolk and Norwich Festival has unveiled highlights of its 2013 programme, which will include the UK premiere of Life and Times by New York-based...
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