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A season of Italy's greatest operas from Italy's greatest opera houses in London cinemas from February 2009.
Salisbury International Arts Festival is calling choirs across the region to seize the opportunity to perform at this year’s Festival in a special project called Sing For Water
London theatre enjoyed a record-breaking 2008 as audiences flocked to musicals, plays, opera and dance performances in the capital.
Swansea City Opera will be returning to LBT, this time with comic opera The Elixir of Love on Sunday 15 February - the day after Valentine’s Day.
The Royal Court Theatre has been granted planning permission to present Look Left Look Right’s award-winning documentary theatre piece, The Caravan, in a real caravan in the middle of Sloane Square from 10 to 28 February 2009.
Wayne McGregor has won the South Bank Show Award for Dance for his current work with Wayne McGregor | Random Dance, Entity and his latest work for the Royal Ballet, Infra.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra becomes the first Western orchestra to make a multi-date tour of India in February.
QUAD will be holding an evening of conversation and film celebrating the life and work of the actor with ‘Sir Alan Bates Celebration event’ on Sunday 22nd February at 7.00pm.
Mere minutes after the start of Tom Stoppard and Andre Previn’s Every Good Boy Deserves Favour at the National Theatre, it seems incredible that so many directors waste their time staging productions without one.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is littered with arcane references to obscure concepts and ideas with which a modern audience may have difficulty. Gregory Doran’s current RSC production at London’s Novello Theatre does much - perhaps rather too much - to help.
Rufus Wainwright has established himself as one of the great male vocalists and songwriters of his generation, releasing half a dozen acclaimed albums. Prima Donna is his first opera.
The Bodleian Library has been able to save for the nation Erismena, the earliest surviving score of an opera in the English language.
Cameron Mackintosh has defended the rise of musical theatre talent programmes such as the BBC’s I’d Do Anything, claiming they are the reason “theatre is working”.
The affordable art of concertgoing.
2008 hits new highs despite financial crisis.
Lavigne invested $200,000 — money raised over months at concerts and fundraisers throughout the Lower Mainland — to get to Carnegie Hall. And the morning after, he's sure it was worth it.
Mr. Angle is cavalier regarding the slings and arrows that inevitably come when one dances in such a high-profile troupe and is constantly measured by longtime observers against earlier performers — and often found wanting.
He is now a highly visible spokesman for the British music establishment and more: a national scourge of mediocrity and compromise, firing broadsides at the art world for its commercialism and at the government for everything from cultural vacuity to the war in Iraq.
An African youth choir has been signed by Universal Music after performing at President Barack Obama's inauguration celebrations in the US.
As a new Barbican season celebrates film's male rebels, Leonie Cooper asks five women in cinema to name their favourite female renegades.
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