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L’amico Fritz

We are very familiar with Mascagni’s first opera ‘Cavalleria Rusticana’, from whose successful shadow he strove in vain to escape for much of his late...
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The Cunning Little Vixen

Rather like ‘The Marriage of Figaro’, this opera is fairly indestructible in any production. As environmental awareness has grown so this parable abou...
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Wonderful Town

‘Quick Fantastic’ lifted spirits last summer with their production of ‘A Little Night Music', and they did so again with their revival of Bernstein’s ...
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Constellations

While the Donmar Theatre is closed for refurbishment, artist director Michael Longhurst continues productions elsewhere, and in this case a revival of...
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Under Milk Wood

This famous verse drama by Dylan Thomas was first produced as a radio play in 1954, receiving many adaptations since then, as well as becoming a stap...
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Treason – The Musical

We all know – or think we do – what happened on 5th November 1605 – ‘Gunpowder, treason and plot!’ In this streamed concert performance of the core of...
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Hymn

‘Hymn’ is book-ended by two funeral orations but is much more of a hymn to love than anything churchy. In this case, the love is fraternal, neither ph...
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Troy Story

As part of its winter season, and conceived very much with Covid restrictions in mind, THE RSC has adapted the most famous eighteenth-century English ...
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Flight

This is a unique show from start to finish. When you arrive at the Bridge Theatre expectations are confounded. The staff guide you not into the main a...