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Peacock Theatre

It’s a cold heart that doesn’t warm to the Trocks. The company’s singular brand of pastiche has been refined and honed over the decades...

A baroque extravaganza, The Enchanted Island was conceived by Jeremy Sams for the Metropolitan Opera, New York, where its premiere cast in 2011 included...

Che Malambo begins with the thunder of drums. Twelve Argentine Malambo dancers make up this all-male company and they advance as one, in a...

Some of the best moments in Trioperas come when the show gets furthest away from conventional expectations of opera. There’s the breakdancing in the potted...

Australian quintet The Tap Pack produce a slick two hours of hoofing and honied vocals, interspersing their impressive dance routines with renditions of swing...

Windrush: Movement of the People is the timely new full length work by Phoenix Dance Theatre. Choreographed by artistic director Sharon Watson, and inspired...

In the week of the Beast from the East, the prospect of some Buenos Aires heat, courtesy of German Cornejo’s Tango After Dark, is...

Opera must evolve if it is to become relevant to young audiences, a leading composer has claimed. Pamela Tan Nicholson, who co-founded the Singapore Philharmonic...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of All Or Nothing: The Mod...
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