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The Dante Project

The title of this full-length, three-part ballet is somewhat coy and misleading. While not a full narrative account of Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’ it is e...
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Nabucco

This opera was Verdi’s breakthrough work in 1842, setting the pattern for many of his preoccupations and emphases in the decades to come. It explores ...
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Peggy For You

‘Peggy for You’ is revived as part of the Hampstead Theatre’s retrospective season, gathering together some of its most successful new plays of the la...
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While The Sun Shines

The Orange Tree Theatre scored a great success with this Rattigan revival back in 2019, and you can immediately see why. It is, like all of this write...
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Fair Play

Like Bernard Shaw a century ago, Ella Road likes to take important and difficult social issues, place them in the dramatic spotlight, and examine ever...
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XENOS

This solo work originated as part of the national cultural commemorations for World War One, 14-18 NOW. It returns to Sadler’s Wells as part of ‘Carni...
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BEOWULF
AN EPIC PANTO

Panto is its own art form, and not an easy one to get right.  Whether you are aiming at children or adults you must observe the tried and tested formu...
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Outwitting the Devil

The Akram Khan Company returns to Sadler’s Wells with a season of works, both old and new, under the umbrella title ‘Carnival of Shadows’. First up is...