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Opera Undone: Tosca & La Boheme

Take two of Puccini’s most popular operas – Tosca and La Boheme and reduce them into one hour each, edit music and narrative and you get ‘opera undone...
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The Prince of Egypt

From the first crack of the whip you are hooked. The Prince of Egypt is an absolute extravaganza - lavish costumes, acrobatic physical theatre, innova...
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Madam Butterfly

This production of Madam Butterfly, created by film maker Anthony Minghella, was first seen at English National Opera in 2005. It is visually stunning...
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On Your Feet!

The audience were not saying “On your bike!” to On Your Feet! In fact, the entire audience were on their feet at the end of the show, swaying to the i...
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The Cutting Edge

The Arcola describes this new play by Jack Shepherd as a “tragicomedy about life, money and art”. Shepherd has had a long and productive association w...
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Pass Over

The Kiln Theatre is presenting the London premiere of a masterpiece. Rising dramatist Antoinette Nwandu's new play Pass Over weds the political with t...
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Be More Chill

This above all, to thine own self be true. It’s not a line which actually appears in Be More Chill, the US import which has just opened at The Other P...
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The Dog Walker

The small and intimate Jermyn Street Theatre was completely packed on Valentine’s Night, but there were perhaps not many courting couples in the audie...
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Luisa Miller

‘Luisa Miller’ is rarely performed but is still an opera of great interest, both in itself and for where it stands in Verdi’s output. Written for Napl...