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REVIEW | The Father | UK Tour

Following his Olivier award win for Best Actor in The Father during it’s run in the West End, Kenneth Cranham reprises the role in a UK tour of the critically acclaimed play. Originally a French play, the writer Florian Zeller has successfully used theatre to show the effect of Alzheimer’s on a person and the people…

REVIEW | Butterfly in Blood | RNCM

Butterfly in Blood takes the audience on a journey through the torment and agony that the Jews suffered at the Nazi concentration camps. During this improvised opera, the story of one woman’s fight is highlighted through music. During the Holocaust, over a million men, women and children lost their lives in Auschwitz. Fania Fenelon, a soprano…

Week 53 | The Lowry

Yesterday the Lowry, on their 16th birthday, launched Week 53. A festival of performance and art that has been created to feed the appetites of a compulsively curious audience. With an abundance of innovative and provocative work, over 200 artists are taking part across 11 days to provide 63 performances and exhibitions. Julie Fawcett, CEO of…

NEWS | BE Festival 2016 | Birmingham Rep

BE Festival is back with a bang this summer from the 21st to the 25th of June, the festival brings a variety of European theatre to Birmingham in collaboration with the Birmingham Rep. “BE FESTIVAL turns the notion of conventional theatre upside down. It crosses borders, creative disciplines and blurs the boundary between audience and artist.”…

REVIEW | Dial M for Murder | UK Tour

Based on the 1954 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and bursting with suspense, Dial M for Murder isn’t your typical murder mystery. The story of an ex-tennis pro who conceives a plan to murder his wife in order to have her money is pacy, intriguing and witty. Opening in a 1950’s stylish front room, the essence of…