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The play is a tangle in several senses: it is an ensemble piece performed in Arabic and Hebrew with English subtitles by Israeli and Arab actors, all of whom take on a number of roles as members of both Jewish and Palestinian communities.
It brought the sound of the Mississippi Delta to millions, but ended up on the scrapheap after the Depression. Yet in launching Blind Lemon Jefferson and Charley Patton, Paramount proved that lived and died by the blues.
The building may have been shut for years, but there's still something sad about losing these grimy northern dancehalls from Blackpool to Cleethorpes.
Canada's got talent, according to the Kiss bassist. He has established a label to cherry-pick the next Sum 41.
Gail Zappa has failed in her bid to stop Zappanale, a festival celebrating her late husband's work, from using his image and trademark.
Sir Christopher Frayling calls for deeper discourse after five years of 'venom'.
There is no word on when Thriller, the Musical will materialise on the Great White Way. But the erstwhile King of Pop, humiliated in recent years by a string of financial and legal setbacks, has signed a deal with producer James T Nederlander.
The heyday of the four-track mini-album was the 1960s, but it has never gone away.
John Martyn, the folk-blues singer whose extraordinary voice and virtuoso musicianship beguiled a generation by speaking directly from the dark pit of his soul, has died at the age of 60.
Meet Cirque du Soleil's recruiters in London on February 3rd, 2009 at the Royal Albert Hall! Cirque du Soleil is seeking new backstage, production and operations talent for its current productions and upcoming creations, and will send some recruiters to host a Red Curtain Recruiting Event in London on February 3rd , 2009 at the RAH.
It’s the thought that counts (apparently)... so indulge in some cerebral foreplay in a pre-Valentine’s talk which explores the state of singlehood in a timely fashion.
Korngold’s score, expertly conducted by Ingo Metzmacher, is an intoxicating web of mournful longing and nostalgia: a dead city made of sound.
Surreal, funny, entertaining, imaginative - Primary Voices gives its audience an exclusive look into the minds of young Londoners, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what you find.
Since its beginning at El Teatro on the 1st of March, 2008, Slam Alikom has contributed to the development of Slam in Tunis and Tunisia.
The company said today that it had laid off 17 employees, or approximately 17% of its staff.
Russia's renowned Bolshoi Theatre has cancelled a tour and a major opera premiere due to budget cuts forced by the financial crisis, its general director was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
Tenor Christoph Prégardien took Best Vocal Recital and Recording of the Year for his Schubert Schöne Müllerin, while countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, already named Vocal Artist of the Year, took Best Baroque Recording for Carestini: The Story of a Castrato.
Never mind that this dermatalogical ailment seemed unlikely, given the posture of the average male cellist, the condition was named in the British Medical Journal.
The King’s Consort has announced that it is to change its name to Retrospect Ensemble, following a decision by its Board of Trustees.
Bogdan Roscic, most recently managing director of the Decca Music Group, has been named as the new president of Sony Classical.
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