Shakespeare knew what it took to pen a romantic tragedy when he wrote Romeo and Juliet and hence carefully structured all the ingredients to meet the demands of the genre and creat…
Wilton’s Music Hall has come a long way since 1885 when Nelly Power sang The Boy I Love Is Up in the Gallery.
What tales to tell in such strange times?
Sitting on a shelf in the British library is an unassuming red book.
Following their smash-hit run of the Pirates of Penzance last year, the award-winning All-Male Company invites landlubbers below deck for a bold re-imagining of W.
The Chelsea Hotel, New York, 1968.
Put classical, jazz, and pop music under the microscope and watch it metamorphose in Music Lab.
Full Price £10 to £18; Concessions £8 to £16
Ticket link: bit.ly/HKMusicLab
Let jazz-classical music and evocative imagery be your tour guide for a day in Hong Kong.
Mel Brimfield and Gwyneth Herbert present a fictitious lost musical reconstructed in fragments, centred around the lives of British sculptors Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
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