A strange hybrid of genres, where opera and theatre take turns in telling the story of the legendary 18th century Lothario, Giacomo Casanova, the production largely fails because it’s trying to be all things to all people.
Saturday, 22 January 2011 | Read more
Once upon a time when the world was not yet Disneyfied and, therefore, far less innocent, there lived a man called Hans Christian Anderson. Hans wrote tales for children in the 1800s. One of these was called The Red Shoes.
Deviser, perfomer, puppeteer and animator Tim Watts has created a magnificent work worthy of its international praise.
‘Dracula’ really belongs to another time and place. Its use of fog and lighting special effects and extended periods of silence and character close-ups were intended to instill terror in its 1931 audience.
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | Read more
As you make your way into the darkened underground room past long black curtains collecting your personalised headset along the way, you get the sense that you’ve been invited to a VIP event; a one-night-only kind of affair.
Saturday, 15 January 2011 | Read more
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