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Edith and "Ein Mannlein"

In rehearsals this week, we’ve been thinking about the moments when Edith sings a German opera aria that she is learning in school. Specifically, Edith sings “Ein Mannlein steht im Walde” from German composer Engelbert Humperdinck’s opera HANSEL AND GRETEL. 357 more words

Reimagining fairytales: Hansel and Gretel

From the latest edition of the Grimm fairytales and never before published European fables, to the latest Disney adaptation and digital reimaginings, we are fascinated by fairytales. 232 more words

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Film Review - Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)

When I saw this DVD sitting on the shelf at £2.99, I really didn’t expect much good to come from it; but when it came to channel surfing before bed, my partner and I found this film and popped it on. 699 more words

Comedy

Children Lost

I would, too.

Brother and Sister

Voices stamped on faces light
drenched in pale
they sing of bright

singing
sitting
all alone
how they want to all go home… 53 more words

Poetry

£15 tickets for immersive Grimm Tales experience

Fancy bumping into Hansel and Gretel in a warehouse?

Time Out is offering £15 tickets for Grimm Tales, an immersive show where you walk around five floors to experience five tales. 216 more words

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another hansel and gretel house

Another hansel and gretel house

The old lady planted roses near the corner by the driveway
She never planted roses by the door
I remember once she told me, “Bees come out to get the nectar” 279 more words

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Hansel and Gretel- WNO, Birmingham Hippodrome


“Hansel and Gretel” is a Märchenoper (fairy tale opera) by nineteenth-century composer Engelbert Humperdinck, based on the eponymous Grimm brothers’ fairy tale . The first four rows of the stalls at the Hippodrome had been removed to accommodate a full orchestra in a pit packed with musicians, and burgeoning with the sounds of the rich score, a Strauss influence noticeably present. 290 more words

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