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Graham Spicer
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Mark Shenton 14h
Michael Billington writes to : “Unless you come up soon with a detailed, precise, properly financed plan of action you will go down in history as the politician who presided over the dissolution of the arts in Britain.”
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The Stage 17h
Exclusive: Almost 3,000 theatre jobs are at risk under current redundancy plans in the sector, which has been described by as "cultural vandalism beyond repair".
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The Stage 16h
As a direct result of the Covid-19 crisis, we regret to announce The Stage is entering into a period of redundancy consultations.
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Graham Spicer Jul 1
. adds Glyndebourne's Madam Butterfly to its impressive catalogue. The Times wrote, "Rarely have I seen a singer so convincingly capture all the facets of Butterfly’s character," of soprano Olga Busuioc.
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Alastair Macaulay Jul 1
1:On March 1, 2018,while Britain was blanketed by a violent snowstorm, I lectured on Fred Astaire in Oxford for Dansox, the Oxford Dance Society, at the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building at St Hilda’s College. Dansox herewith releases a video of my lecture.
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Dancer on Film Jul 1
Dancers in PIERRETTE’S ESCAPADES (LE DÉPART D'ARLEQUIN ET DE PIERRETTE, 1900) dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
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Ravenna Festival Jul 1
Abbracciati nella vita e sul palco . firma l’appuntamento coreutico, con piano e il violoncellista Mario Brunello, 18 luglio 2020, Roberto Giambrone sul
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Graham Spicer Jun 29
My "Danza in Italia" column this month (July issue) features Carla Fracci in a socially distanced interview and photoshoot in her home in Milan, talking about her career with London Festival Ballet - now the - and times with Dolin, Markova, Gilpin et al.
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Graham Spicer Jun 26
Tides of Memory: a film by Luisa Mariani inspired by William Kentridge
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Dancing Times Jun 23
We’re so proud of our beautiful July cover, starring ’s , photographed by Drew Tommons. It’s available to pre-order here & out next week!
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Royal Opera House Jun 23
🤩 'Every dancer is incredible' 's Natalia Osipova on Woolf Works, Wayne McGregor's ballet triptych based on the writing of Virigina Woolf Watch it on our Facebook page or YouTube channel on 26 June from 7pm BST 📺
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Graham Spicer Jun 20
: tonight’s Royal Opera House’s 2nd live concert and next week’s programme
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Ravenna Festival Jun 19
Wherever you are, Ravenna Festival is with you! Watch the opening concert conducted by on June 21 (9:30 pm/CET) and the other live streaming events. in cooperation with RiccardoMutiMusic
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Teatro alla Scala Jun 19
Today at 2pm Dominique Meyer meets our principal ! Follow them live on our Facebook channel with English translation 👉🏼
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Graham Spicer Jun 19
Ian Holm, who played everything from androids to hobbits via Harold Pinter and King Lear, has died in London aged 88.
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Graham Spicer Jun 18
. - the Netflix for the arts - is now streaming MacMillan's Mayerling from with and Sarah Lamb. via
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Graham Spicer Jun 18
The “forces’ sweetheart” Dame Vera Lynn has died at 103.
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Alastair Macaulay Jun 15
Sally Banes (1950-2020) died last night, June 14, years after a major stroke. The author of “Terpsichore in Sneakers”, “Democracy’s Body”, and more, she was a marvellously vital source of energy, enthusiasm, intelligence, and passion.
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Graham Spicer Jun 15
A wonderful tribute to a great man of theatre on his 90th birthday.
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Diana Vishneva Jun 14
It is unfortunate that La La La Human Steps led by Édouard Lock does not exist anymore. I loved to work with him. Dancing his complicated choreography with its head-spinning pace gives you a unique understanding of how it reflects the life patterns.
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