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Supported Voice, Supported Body, Supported text: A Workshop with Annabel Arden and Mary King

Supported Voice, Supported Body, Supported text. Workshop with Mary King and Annabel Arden Dates: October 5th and 6th Times: 9am -6pm Place: The Thanet Community Centre, Herbert Street London NW5  4HD Cost:  £100 for one day; £180 if you attend both days Maximum participants: We are hoping to limit this to a maximum of 15…

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Glowing reviews for Blakeley and Pussaint’s Riccardo Primo

Riccardo Primo, or Richard the Lionheart, has opened to glowing reviews at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Directed (and translated) by Lee Blakeley and with set and costumes designed by Jean-Marc Puissant, it has been described as ‘in all aspects, the most perfect production of an opera that I’ve…

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Outstanding Costume Award for Reiffenstuel at the Dora Mavor Moore Awards

We are pleased to announce that our client Brigitte Reiffenstuelhas won the award for ‘Outstanding Costume Design’ for the Royal Opera House production of Falstaff at the Dora Mavor Moore awards held in Toronto. Brigitte Reiffenstuel was born in Munich and studied at the London College of Fashion and St Martin’s School of…

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Openings to start 2015

A new production of Andrea Chenier is opening at the Royal Opera House on 20 January with costumes designed by Tony award winning costume designer Jenny Tiramani and choreography by Andrew George. Over at the Trafalgar Studios Jon Clark is lighting The Ruling Class which opens a week later on 27 January, starring James McAvoy. Annabel Arden is directing…

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Sad News About Director Joss Bennathan

Sad news about director Joss Bennathan

We are very sorry to announce that our client Joss Bennathan – director, teacher and theatre-maker – died on 26 November 2014 aged just 56. He died peacefully after a short illness, born with great dignity and courage. The son of late Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm, he  is survived by…

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Edwards’s Don Quichotte at Grange Park ‘a real winner’

‘Grange Park has a real winner with this Don Quichotte’ writes David Mellor in the Mail on Sunday, going on to say that ‘director Charles Edwards’s ‘konzept’ really works.’ Edwards also designed the show, ‘And since Edwards is such a talented designer, the set – with Massenet’s cluttered study in the foreground,…

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