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Openings September Onwards

Hard Times, the final show of the Pitlochry Festival season 2016 lit by Wayne Dowdeswell opens on September 1st, while This Happy Breed from the same season transfers to Yvonne Arnaud theatre in Guildford for seven performances between 18th and 22nd October. In Shanghai, China, a new production of Falstaff opens on September 15th, with sets designed by Alex Eales,…

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Il barbiere di Siviglia to be broadcast to UK cinemas

Between 21st –28th June 2016 Glyndebourne’s sell out production Il barbiere di Siviglia will be broadcast to cinemas across the United Kingdom. Directed by Annabel Arden, with set and costumes designed by Joanna Parker, the production has been described as “sheer visual sophistication” by The Independent who awarded it 5 stars. For more details on how…

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Openings Summer 2016

Over the summer season Wyn Davies will be conducting two operas for the New Zealand Opera company, The Magic Flute, opening May 28th and La Traviata, from 14th July. In the UK, The Philharmonia Orchestra opens an exploration of Stravinsky’s Journeys at the Royal Festival Hall on May 26th, directed by Irina Brown. Bill Dudley is designing a new production of Ross,…

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Openings Spring 2016

Hilary Davan Wetton will be conducting in the spring for the Last Night of the Spring Proms at the Royal Festival Hall on April 2nd. At the Royal Opera House on Thursday 7th April a new production of Lucia Di Lammermoor opens at the Royal Opera House, with lighting by Jon Clark. Later in the spring Kenneth…

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Kiss Me Kate opening tonight in Paris

“What happens when an idea to adapt a Shakespeare play into a musical turns out to be a bit more complicated than one thought? A famous director hires his ex-wife, with a strong personality, for the lead role in The Taming of the Shrew. There follows a series of romantic…

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Openings to start 2016

A new production of Kiss Me Kate will be opening at Theatre du Châtelet, Paris, on 3 February, directed by Lee Blakeley, costumes designed by Brigitte Reiffenstuel, sets by Charles Edwards and lighting designed by Emma Chapman. Back here in the UK a production of L’Etoile, lit by Jon Clarkpremieres 1 February at the Royal Opera House. Over at…

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