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Am I Happy Yet?

This intriguing one-man show is about identity, anxiety, and self-confidence. Through the medium of a brief series of snapshots of a young man’s life,...
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Carmen

This splendid production of Carmen shows off the substantial talents of the Welsh National Opera team at their best. It is an opera that all too often...
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The Marriage of Figaro

Some say that Mozart’s revolutionary opera, The Marriage of Figaro, should really be called The Marriage of Susanna. Welsh National Opera’s enjoyable ...
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Madam Butterfly

This production of Madam Butterfly, created by film maker Anthony Minghella, was first seen at English National Opera in 2005. It is visually stunning...
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Il Diluvio Universale

Musica Antica Rotherhithe is a group of enterprising young performers who mostly perform rare pieces of music from the baroque period. This beautiful ...
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The Cutting Edge

The Arcola describes this new play by Jack Shepherd as a “tragicomedy about life, money and art”. Shepherd has had a long and productive association w...
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Die Zauberflote

This extraordinary production of The Magic Flute was first performed in Germany in 2012 and has since travelled around the world – but sadly never to ...
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The Haystack

The Haystack is the first full-length play written by Al Blyth and it is a gripping thriller about the conflict between investigative journalism and t...
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Autoreverse

Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) has a new director, Tarek Iskander, and he has launched a season called Going Global. If Autoreverse is a trailblazer for ...
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La Calisto

La Calisto is a bit of baroque soap opera – but with nymphs and satyrs rather than barmaids and hooligans. Francesco Cavalli wrote it for the Venice C...