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WOS Blog: Latitude Festival 2011 Day One
By Andrew Girvan
The sixth edition of Latitude Festival was held this weekend (14 to 17 July 2011) with a sell-out crowd of 35,000 descending on Henham Park Estate near Southwold in Suffolk. This year's festival sa
WOS Blog: Latitude Festival 2011 Day Two
By Andrew Girvan
The sixth edition of Latitude Festival was held this weekend (14 to 17 July 2011) with a sell-out crowd of 35,000 descending on Henham Park Estate near Southwold in Suffolk. This year's festival sa
WOS Blog: Latitude Festival 2011 Day Three
By Andrew Girvan
The sixth edition of Latitude Festival was held this weekend (14 to 17 July 2011) with a sell-out crowd of 35,000 descending on Henham Park Estate near Southwold in Suffolk. This year's festival sa
We chat to Anthony Michaels-Moore about his illustrious career
British baritone Anthony Michaels-Moore has not only enjoyed a rich and varied operatic career at home, but has been in demand in most of the world’s top international houses as well including
Joyce DiDonato shall go the Ball!
Joyce DiDonato is one of the most in-demand mezzo-sopranos of her generation. Equally at home on the concert platform as the opera house, we’ve been hugely privileged in London to see her freq
Guest Blog: Do Critics Engage With Ethnically Diverse Audiences?
By Editorial Staff
Recently, the long-serving Daily Telegraph critic Charles Spencer lamented the fact that “there are no high-profile black or Asian theatre critics”. He made the comment in an articl
Susan Bickley discusses Two Boys
Mezzo-soprano Susan Bickley is one of this country’s most distinguished singing-actresses, whose broad repertoire encompasses everything from Purcell and Monteverdi to Birtwistle, Benjamin and A
Top Ten: Screen-to-Stage Musicals
By Theatergoer Reporter
How many screen-to-stage musicals can you name? Over the past decade, you’d be forgiven for thinking Hollywood is the only source of inspiration for the art form. This summer’s arrivals of
Sir Mark Elder Pays Tribute to Sir Charles Mackerras
By Editorial Staff
English National Opera’s current Music Director Edward Gardner will be joined by two former holders of the post on Sunday in paying tribute to yet another, the late Sir Charles Mackerras, at a s
The Perils Of Booking Theatre Tickets Online
By Editorial Staff
My voice has just about recovered from screaming in frustration after being ‘timed out ‘several times whilst trying to make on-line bookings for the new season in Sheffield. Actually this