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A round-up of 2009 events from organisations represented by Brunswick Arts.
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Following a familiar theme, Lemn continues searching – not for family but for something more evasive: race. Fusing the lyrical and polemical, Why I Don’t Hate White People is a whirlwind tour of race as seen from one man’s unique and intensely personal perspective.
The Twelve Days of Christmas is effortlessly professional, slick and witty.
In Marina Carr’s new work The Cordelia Dream, for the Royal Shakespeare Company at Wilton’s Music Hall, an old man and his middle-aged daughter talk about art, music, murder, incest, jealousy, fear, death, despair and destiny. Among other things.
You do not need to know Tim Burton’s 1990 film to enjoy Matthew Bourne’s modern ballet.
Tracy Letts’ masterpiece comes in at almost 4 hours and it is hard to see how it could be made any shorter, such is the scope and ambition of this play.
HRH, The Earl of Wessex to visit Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for a performance by The National Youth Orchestra of Scotland.
English National Ballet presents its 2009 program.
The Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd (ATG) is celebrating the news of a £120,000 boost to get more young theatre goers through the doors of four of its venues, including ATG’s innovative London theatre venue, Trafalgar Studios.
Featuring masterworks from the composer’s symphonic, oratorio, theatre and chamber music oeuvres, each concert in the Orchestra’s Mendelssohn 200 series presents the composer’s music in the company of work by those who inspired him and those he himself inspired.
Where the British panto is sadly lacking at the moment is in its use of original songs for this institution. Of all the hundreds of pantomimes about to open, only a handful will contain original music; most will use a collection of hit songs shoe horned into the story.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s 2008/09 Season got off to a great start in October and continues in 2009.
Spring 2009 sees the World Premiere of Boulevard of Broken Dreams - a unique collaboration between live music and dance.
I do not see the problem with ‘family shows’ exploring the stories’ darker strands. What are fairytales for if they do not serve as touchstones for children on the murky world that lies on the other side of adolescence?
Accenture has agreed a new three year sponsorship of the National Theatre following its successful partnership as the NT’s sponsor of Innovation initiated in 2005.
DanceXchange is delighted to reveal details of its Spring/Summer performance season at The Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippdrome.
Following the classic story of Good v Evil, Lucha Libre’s masked wrestlers battled it out to win - not only the fights, but the affections of the raucous London crowd.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra celebrates the bicentenary of Mendelssohn’s birth in January and February 2009 with concerts in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and St Andrews.
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