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Wilton's Music Hall

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...

Images of flying lovers run through Emma Rice’s work. They crop up again and again, in Nights at the Circus, in Romantics Anonymous. In...

Justin Audibert has been appointed artistic director of the Unicorn Theatre in London. He will take over the leadership of the children's producing house from...

No panto for Wilton’s this year, though only the most ardent of Roy Hudd fans would begrudge them this sparkling replacement, an adaptation of...

Stravinsky’s neoclassical extravaganza, The Rake’s Progress, plays on the tension between artificiality and sincerity. This elegant and lively inaugural production by OperaGlass Works, a...

Ahead of Barrie Kosky’s new production of Carmen, due at Covent Garden in February, the Royal Opera House’s Jette Parker young artists programme is...
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