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Nutcracker Rouge

The Nutcracker: an innocuous, family-friendly ballet that has become a Christmas tradition. Nutcracker Rouge: the part-burlesque, part-circus, part-ca...
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Carmen

I caught up with the new WNO production of Bizet’s Carmen the other night in Oxford and can report that it is truly excellent both musically and drama...
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Six

The musical Six is a joyous, energetic and riotous cross between a girl band pop concert and a feature length episode of BBC children’s history show, ...
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Amadeus

How often do we find ourselves humming a tune, not realizing it’s a Mozart composition? You don’t have to be a classical music aficionado to know who ...
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Barber Shop Chronicles

The scene is set from the moment audience members step into the theatre and are invited to join the cast on stage. The stately, glistening Lyceum audi...
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Hedda Gabler

At the beginning of the Sherman Theatre’s new production of Hedda Gabler, Hedda (Heledd Gwynn) is alone on stage, her back turned to us. Her husband G...
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Red Velvet

Red Velvet has had great success on both sides of the Atlantic since its first appearance at the Tricyle/Kiln back in 2012, and deservedly so. It is a...
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Don Pasquale

Teetering between cruelty and comedy, director Damiano Michieletto brings a new production of Don Pasquale to the ROH, after its successful runs in Pa...
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Orpheus and Eurydice

Gluck’s contribution to the development of opera is still under-appreciated, straddling as he does the transition between the Baroque and Classical er...