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Henry V

Often overlooked amongst Shakespeare’s works, this production brings attention to the rich play of Henry V. The dazzling cast produce a captivating pe...
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The Merry Wives of Windsor

Shakespearean comedy meets The Only Way Is Essex – with a dash of EastEnders. Though these elements do not seem natural bedfellows, let me assure you ...
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L’incoronazione di Poppea

In our era in which politics has become egregiously dysfunctional, and in which so many politicians seem to have lost their altruism and simply to be ...
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Six

The six wives of Henry VIII have formed a girl band, driven by the injustices served by their royal husbands. They take us through their marriages, di...
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Birdsong

I have a lot of good to say about the acclaimed touring production of Birdsong, but also a major quibble. The actual production itself is exemplary...
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Ariadne auf Naxos

Ariadne auf Naxos is one of the most poetical, intellectual, and musically nuanced of operas, a sophisticate treat. Written by Hugo von Hoffmansthal a...
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Miss Littlewood

One of the many exciting and interesting things about this new musical, commissioned by the RSC, is how cleverly it is the kind of show that theatrica...
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Misanthrope

David Furlong’s adaptation of Misanthrope takes place at the heart of a modern TV newsroom, turning Molière’s critique of 17th century French society ...
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La Traviata

With their new production of Verdi’s seminal middle period work La Traviata, this summer’s Longborough Opera Festival has created one of the most inte...
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Hairspray

The 2014 production of Hairspray directed by Paul Kerryson is touring the country again. Extremely polished, remarkable for its emotional sincerity an...