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Theatre review: The Woman in Black

Sitting in the Fortune Theatre in the West End of London, waiting for ‘The Woman in Black’ to start, I noted that not only was this theatre quite small, but every slight movement everyone made caused loud creaking from the chairs they were sitting on. 814 more words


Music Story: Verdi + Friends

Giuseppe Verdi’s Messa da Requiem—or simply Requiem, as it’s often called—is big work that goes down like a gulp of a chewy Cabernet, a soul-satisfying swill of life that gets bigger and better with every reprised chorus of… 809 more words


REVIEW | The Comedy about a Bank Robbery

Mischief Comedy most certainly live up to their name when it comes to this play. Any prior concerns that the fun might feel forced or awkward were obliterated immediately. 329 more words


Old Vic Theatre celebrates 200th birthday: 7 fascinating things you never knew | London Evening Standard

‘Dare, always dare,’ reads a sign that shines bright across the Old Vic foyer.

These words are inspired by a sign the theatre’s former manager, Lilian Baylis, kept on her desk. 30 more words


V&A Museum!

Today I went to view the theatre and performance exhibition at the V&A. Seeing all the different costumes and setsfrom over the years in theatre inspired me in my own work to improve. 59 more words


Obstacle Fest

Terra Novella Theatre’s newest adventure, Obstacle Fest, is built on the simple, unspoken fact that some of the best theatrical moments happen when something goes horribly wrong. 94 more words