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Opera reviews: Verdi’s Falstaff and Un Ballo In Maschera

CLIVE BARDAFalstaffThe burghers of...

Theatre reviews: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Finishing The Picture...

Not only did she push Spark towards a literary career but she also inspired her most celebrated character, Jean Brodie, the charismatic schoolmistress who...

Theatre Reviews: The King and I and Giffords Circus

Japanese movie star Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai) inherits the role in this revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Broadway blockbuster that has already won...

Theatre reviews: The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Fun Home and more…

Johan PerssonAidan Turner shines in The...

The King and I opens in London: FIRST look video and...

Shall we dance?How can London resist such an invitation, especially when it being made by two huge stars.The celebrated, Tony award-winning adaptation waltzes into...

Theatre reviews: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Legally Blonde and...

THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE 4/5Lia Williams steps onstage looking magnificently glamorous as rogue schoolteacher Miss Jean Brodie, a woman caught between mature...

Why The King and I is set to rule the world

KELLI O’Hara knows all eyes will be on...

Opera Review: Falstaff

Falstaff is a braggart, a bully, a lecherous womanizer and a man who values the happiness of his own stomach above all else.The plot...

Opera reviews: Agrippina, Giulio Cesare and Lohengrin

Handel’s AGRIPPINA 4/5Director Walter Sutcliffe updates the setting, raising the curtain to a mirror image of the auditorium with Anna Bonitatibus’s Agrippina tapping away...

Theatre Review: Fun Home and Consent

The title refers to the funeral home run by Alison’s father Bruce in small-town Pennsylvania. Like Jeanette Winterson in Oranges Are Not The Only...
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