The Chamber Opera Chicago is coming to Macrobert for one night only, as part of its fourth annual international tour of Jane Austen’s Persuasion.
10 years on, Britain’s still Got Talent, writes Caroline Malcolm. Was this series the best yet?
Expressive dance show Breathe, peformed at the MacRobert, sought to convey a dark, honest portrayal of love and life, writes Caroline Malcolm.
The tragic, affecting story of Nijinsky is told as theatre and dance come together, writes Caroline Malcolm.
Blackout is a dark, insightful and blackly comic look at the whirlwind of alcoholism, writes Caroline Malcolm.
(Mary Thorne, Dr Thorne, Frank Gresham and Lady Arabella Gresham, played by Stefanie Martini, Tom Hollander, Harry Richardson and Rebecca Front) In March, ITV hosted a three part drama, written and […]
“Barbie, beautiful Barbie, I’ll make believe that I am you.” This was a phrase used in Barbie advertising during the 1960s. For decades in the toy industry, Barbie dominated the play scene […]
On the 20th of December, four million people tuned in across Britain to watch a new live adaptation of the Sound of Music, a production which has left a lasting impression on […]