A Lesson from Auschwitz Tara Arts Theatre
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A Lesson from Auschwitz

This play has been on tour in the last year and now comes into Earlsfield for one performance on Holocaust Memorial Day, with all proceeds going to ch...
Knock Knock Tristan Bates Theatre
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Knock, Knock

Sometimes theatre overwhelms you with the collective power of all the dramatic arts gathered and then released by the full spectacular resources of a ...
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What is there new to say about Floria Tosca’s journey from piety and artistry through to a final symbolic confrontation with Baron Scarpia on the batt...
Salome ROH 2018
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Salome was Strauss’ breakthrough opera and it has all the hallmarks of his early style – lush voluptuous writing for orchestra and the soprano voice a...
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Rossini loved food. A gourmand and gourmet after whom many dishes were named, one of the few times he is known to have shed tears was when he lost a p...
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Transpose: Barbican is now in its second year as an event for transgender performers to find and express their own voices and experiences. The evening...
Coriolanus Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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Coriolanus comes to the Barbican as the first instalment of the RSC’s Roman season in a transfer from Stratford. Any production of this under-performe...
Lucia di Lammermor © 2017 ROH. Photograph Stephen Cumminskey
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Lucia di Lammermoor

This famous opera regained its place in the repertory thanks to the role it played in the careers of Callas and Sutherland. However, it is has sustain...
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Thirty five years ago Insignificance was the breakthrough play of Terry Johnson, and from it came the film directed by Nicholas Roeg that is perhaps m...