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Bread

Two women share their last meal while waiting for the world to come to an end.
Sherman Theatre The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov A re-imagining by Gary Owen Director Rachel O'Riordan
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The Cherry Orchard

Gary Owen’s new vision of The Cherry Orchard brilliantly translates Chekhov’s portrayal of pre-revolutionary Russia into a bittersweet evocation of intimate and political unravelling.
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Eugene Onegin

The WNO autumn season is labelled ‘Russian Revolution’ and comprises works by Tchaikovsky, Musorgsky, and Janacek, all set in Russia.
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Madam Butterfly

Welsh National Opera has revived their classic Joachim Herz production of Madam Butterfly, first seen in 1978. Although when it was first mounted, it was considered a ground-breaking version of the opera, it now seems a very solid and conventional reading of the famous story...