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Wilton's Music Hall

In 1939, Benjamin Britten and his partner Peter Pears, dismayed at the increasingly fraught situation in Europe, joined their friend WH Auden in the...

Back in 1909, Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot’s ‘fantastical musical play’ The Arcadians was an enormous hit, running for 809 performances – the third-longest...

Since its founding in 2008 the Faction have developed a reputation for reimagining classic texts as physical theatre. Having tackled A Midsummer Night's Dream on...

A black man born on a slave ship in early 18th-century Britain goes on to enjoy a career as a famous musician, composer, author...

Killer Joe – Trafalgar Studios, London Orlando Bloom plays the title character in this inky comedy about a cop who moonlights as a killer-for-hire, by August:...

The story of Fred Barnes is a theatrical tragedy just gagging to be brought to life on stage. In his heyday in 1911, Birmingham born...

Director Simon Phillips saw Bernadette Robinson's singing at a corporate bash in Melbourne. Mesmerised by Robinson's extraordinary talent as a vocalist, he immediately commissioned...

Mark Bruce really puts the murk in Macbeth. It’s an unremittingly dark piece of dance-theatre for which Wilton’s Music Hall, with its atmospheric mixture...

A new £300,000 scheme for improving theatre buildings has been announced by the Theatres Trust. The fund is being launched in partnership with the Wolfson...
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