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Wales Millennium Centre

Actor Maggie Bain is touring in the Wales Millennium Centre production of Manfred Karge’s one-woman show Man to Man, which is based on the...

Notes from the House of the Dead, Dostoyevsky’s semi-autobiographical account of life in a Siberian prison camp, might seem the starkest of choices for...

Mussorgsky’s mighty historical epic, Khovanshchina, is eloquent in the very sprawl of its design. Left unfinished at his untimely death, the opera plunges into...

The Welsh Assembly has launched an inquiry to investigate how the arts sector in Wales can increase non-public funding. Currently, £31.2 million of the £31.7...

A virtual reality opera experience, billed as the first of its kind, is set to re-imagine scenes from classic shows in a shipping container. Created...

1870s Vienna was a city of contradictions: intoxicated yet bewildered by rapid financial enrichment, then outright destabilised by the ensuing 1873 stock market crash....

Omidaze Productions’ Shakespeare trilogy ends with an abridged retelling of Verona’s two star-cross’d lovers. The strongest elements of the previous two productions, Richard III and...

The Swiss composer Frank Martin did not intend his secular oratorio based on the Tristan and Iseult myth – written in 1938-41 – to...

Nearly 40 years after it was premiered at Welsh National Opera, Joachim Herz’s venerable 1978 production of Madam Butterfly still packs a hefty anti-imperialist...
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