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Lohengrin
Bayreuth Festival 2019

This production of Wagner’s Lohengrin by Yuval Sharon - born in Chicago in 1979 to Israeli parents and Bayreuth’s first American director - first saw ...
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Alcina
Salzburg Festival 2019

This famous opera by Handel, which premiered at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, on 16 April 1735, has always been one of the favourites of the baroq...
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Kiss Me, Kate

The new production of Kiss Me, Kate at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury is quite simply a triumph. I cannot begin to praise it enough. Of course, it i...
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Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s MacBeth

How can playwright Tom Stoppard play with Shakespeare? With words, with time, with a soccer ball (yes, there is one).  In two interconnected one-act p...
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Cendrillon (Cinderella)

Any visit to Glyndebourne is an event, not solely a performance. Undoubtedly, it is not only its highly-rated opera, but also Glyndebourne’s astoundin...
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Peter Gynt

A dark vein of humour runs through a modernized Peter Gynt at the National Theatre as our hot-headed 22-year-old main character fantasizes his way thr...
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Jellyfish

Jellyfish is a straightforward play which I find strangely difficult to describe. What’s it about? Well, it’s about relationships, it’s about letting ...