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Monte Mario: my first view of Rome

Tom Brigden was Giles Worsley Travel Fellow at the BSR in 2012. Here he tells us about his time at the BSR, his work as an architect at a leading international architectural practice specialising in conservation, and what J.M.W. 1,026 more words


The Indian Queen at the London Coliseum - 26th Feb to 14th Mar 2015

In this  production, devised by acclaimed director Peter Sellars, the rich and transcendent score of Purcell’s final unfinished opera is reworked around a new text and the inclusion of a number of Purcell’s  religious anthems. 239 more words

Opera And Ballet

Rock’n roll approach to Purcell headed for Bergen

En route to Washington

I´d forgotten about US Immigration, the queues of exhausted parents and bewildered children, hopeful students, excited tourists all waiting to get into God´s own country via New York´s Kennedy airport. 640 more words

Behind The Scenes

Back and forth

As one of my many resolutions for this new year, I have attempted to become more organised and methodical in my approach to work.  Unfortunately this has only served to point out how far behind I am on some projects, so I have knuckled down over the past few days, to the extent that I should be ahead of things, and comfortably so, by the end of the week. 270 more words


Emergency crews called to head-on collision

PURCELL, Okla. – Emergency crews were called to a head-on collision in Purcell Tuesday night.

Around 9 p.m., two vehicles crashed into each other near Sooner Road and State Highway 39. 28 more words