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festivals

This is kind of cool. Over nine days of watery September sunshine, Dorset’s Inside Out Festival offers a varied roster of arts events, all...

Celebrating Samuel Beckett and Brian Friel, Arts Over Borders presents site-specific events in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Jane Coyle discovers...

Inside Out Dorset attracts dynamic European companies to perform across the county, as its co-artistic director tells Nick Awde Whether on the Jurassic coast or...

Edinburgh is over, but a short hop over the Irish Sea, Dublin Fringe Festival is getting started. Nick Awde meets artistic director Ruth McGowan,...

For some English companies, Edinburgh Fringe can seem a big trip, but Nick Awde hears how Stepping Out is taking a show to Scandinavia Mental...

Nothing to Be Done was my debut play as a writer. The beautiful wee absurdist tragicomedy played a number of international festivals in 2013...

This Don Giovanni, presented in a neo-classical stone amphitheatre, inaugurates the Waterperry Opera Festival in rural Oxfordshire. It shares the programme with a ‘drawing...

The summer festival at Bregenz keeps the small Austrian city on Lake Constance full and occupied for a month of activity. Chief among this...

It’s no wonder that Greek, Mark-Anthony Turnage’s first opera, made the 28-year-old composer’s name in 1988. Turnage’s brilliant, percussive score took an already-outrageous retelling...
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