Features

ENO's John Berry Talks About Opera Audiences
By Editorial Staff
As artistic director of English National Opera, John Berry has seen more ups and downs than most people in the first four years of a job. In November 2005, he came in on a wave of censure (...
Best of This Week's Edinburgh Blogs - 21 Aug 2009
By Corinne Furness
Every week our theatregoer reporter Corinne Furness trawls the web to find some of the best gems from the myriad theatre-related blogs and condense them into one easy-to-read “Best of the Bl
Walk With Dinosaurs (Tour-Liverpool)
By Editorial Staff
A once in a lifetime experience, Walking With Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular is everything it says on the poster and more. Following its invasion of Manchester’s M.E.N at the s
Virtual performance at Floral Pavilion
By Michael Hunt
A show combining West End performers with the backdrop of state of the art technology is heading to Wirral next month. Musicals in Motion brings a unique theatre experience through authe
Worth a Read: Theatre Books Round-up - Aug 2009
By Laura Silverman
This month we go from the serious to the seriously good. On the heavier side, we have a new version of Ibsen’s most scandalous play, a compact biography of Sarah Kane and the most rigorous study
Five Reasons To See … Hotel Follies
By Sarah Frater
There’s precious little dance in London in August, so three cheers for dancer-choreographer Christopher Marney who’s created a small-scale dance-review at the Arts Theatre. Hotel Follies t
WOS TV: Top Edinburgh Video Picks - 12 Aug 2009
By Editorial Staff
From now until the end of August, we're concentrating on - guess what? - Edinburgh and we're going weekly rather than fortnightly with our regular video picks feature, in conjunction with the ...
Best of This Week's Edinburgh Blogs - 7 Aug 2009
By Editorial Staff
Every week our theatregoer reporter Corinne Furness trawls the web to find some of the best gems from the myriad theatre-related blogs and condense them into one easy-to-read “Best of the Blogs” ...
Five Reasons See … Edinburgh 2009
By Sarah Frater
This year's Edinburgh Festival offers a diverse mix of classical ballet, contemporary dance, and modern-day circus. The following five events are worth the hike north, with two (Royal Ballet of ...
Tune In: Theatre CDs & DVDs Round-up - Aug 2009
By Catherine Surowiec Theatergoer Reporter
This month’s Editor’s Pick is the original cast album of that heavenly new show at the London Palladium, Sister Act. August is forecast to be a damp month in these Isles, so to comb