WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to John Tomlinson
By Edward Seckerson · 3 Feb 2011 · London
John Tomlinson - one of the great Wagnerians of our time and surely the greatest Wotan since Hans Hotter - returns to English National Opera to sing the role of Gurnemanz, the eldest and wisest of ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Kate Royal
By Editorial Staff · 31 Jan 2011 · London
The words "Kate" and "Royal" may temporarily be causing some confusion for the Google search engine but to singing aficionados the world over this royal Kate should be the one in pole position. ...
WOS Radio: Menier Invisible Man Mystifies at Q&A
By Andrew Girvan · 21 Jan 2011 · West End
Last night over 50 theatregoers joined us to see Ian Talbot's The Invisible Man at the Menier Chocolate Factor. Although rare that we are able to offer Group Outings David ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Mike Figgis
By Edward Seckerson · 10 Jan 2011 · London
Opera is the one thing Mike Figgis hasn't done before and as he bows in at English National Opera with Donizetti's Lucrezia Borgia he talks at length to Edward Seckerson about theatre, film, ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Alfie Boe
By Edward Seckerson · 20 Dec 2010 · London
Alfie Boe - affectionately known as the nation's favourite tenor - is the latest in a distinguished line of big voices to swagger into the role of Jean Valjean in Boublil and Schönberg's epic mus
WOS Radio: Cast Bring Heart to Story at Q&A
By Editorial Staff · 9 Dec 2010 · West End
No wonder we couldn't resist a Group Outing to new British musical Love Story when it so enchanted Olivier and Award winner Michael Ball that he chose to make it his ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Sally Beamish
By Edward Seckerson · 24 Nov 2010 · London
Sally Beamish knows what it's like to be right at the centre of an orchestra. As a violist she was always in the thick of things; as a composer she's there again, only inside her head. Sally write
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Janie Dee
By Edward Seckerson · 22 Nov 2010 · Central
The sound of Janie Dee warming up to "Hello Young Lovers" can be heard wafting across from one of the mezzanines in the stunning open-plan Curve Theatre in Leicester. It's meet-and-greet day for the
WOS Radio: Lots of Method To Country Girl Q&A
By Editorial Staff · 18 Nov 2010 · West End
Last night (17 November 2010) theatregoers turned out in force to see Martin Shaw take to the stage of the Apollo Theatre, 27 years after he played it in Clifford Odets' The Count
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Mark Down
By Edward Seckerson · 15 Nov 2010 · London
Sharik, the dog - the star of Alexander Raskatov's opera A Dog's Heart receiving its UK premiere at English National Opera - doesn't say much. In fact he says nothing at all. But his creator - ...

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