‘Nessun Dorma’ might be the prince’s winning aria, but then again, sleepless nights would resonate with anybody, wouldn’t they?
A treasure trove typically hides out in underground places, but sometimes, you could also find it on a stage.
A young geisha clings to the belief that her arrangement with a visiting American naval officer is a loving and permanent marriage.
Żajg International Arts Festival for Children and Young People returns for its seventh edition from the 17th till the 26th November 2017 with a vibrant programme of critically-acclaimed international productions coupled with new enticing commissions.
An operatic drama which unfolds in the depths of the ocean, certainly promises to be a production worth taking the plunge for.
RSC director Iqbal Khan picks up where the brutal story of Julius Caesar left off, with another of Shakespeare’s tragedies of love and duty, connecting the two great historic traditions of Rome and Egypt.
Simon Godwin (‘Man and Superman,’ ‘The Beaux’ Stratagem’) directs this new, gender-bending production with Tamsin Greig as a transformed Malvolia.
Caesar returns from war, all-conquering, but mutiny is rumbling through the corridors of power. Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy that tells the story of the conspiracy against Caesar, his assassination and the defeat of his conspirators.
In the two-week period between Friday 16 December 2016 and Monday 2 January 2017, returning artist-in-residence, Anthony Hawley, will be displaying a new multimedia installation, Massive Filter, which filters through his past work, taking its title and primary concept from a spam/junk email scam proffering money and goods in exchange for personal data and digits.
2016 marks the debut year of The Maltese Islands Festival, where anyone aged four up to the later years of adulthood may perform before a different kind of audience, to be assessed, encouraged and inspired by active UK-based professionals, across the various genres of music, dance, song and drama.