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The Marriage of Figaro “ended any assumption that opera is still exclusive to the...

For their opening night at Norwich’s Theatre Royal, the English Touring Opera delivered a refreshingly clear interpretation of Mozart’s much-loved opera, The Marriage of...

Romeo and Juliet: “that the dancers were not overwhelmed by the music is a...

When Sergei Prokofiev set out to compose Romeo and Juliet he did so positively. Having been absent from Russia since 1918, he saw the...
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Woman in Black Performance: ‘captures the essence of Hill’s original tale’

Having not seen the stage production of The Woman in Black before, I am not ashamed to confess that I entered the theatre with...

UEA Choir and Orchestra: Pictures of Russia

The conductor of an orchestra in which I used to play once told me that in order to play Russian music properly, one had...

Album review: ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ – Radiohead

One of the most accurate assessments I have ever heard of a band described Elbow as like dust: impossible to have an opinion on,...