Meet the next generation of classical music stars, learn what changes at mainstage venues mean for the industry, an interview with Nina Stemme and more.
Steve Dow looks at the challenges facing small to medium arts companies when it comes to venues and funding.
Performance spaces are being redeveloped and built all over the country. Steve Dow charts the changes happening to mainstage venues, and explains what this flurry of architecture will mean for classical music and the performing arts.
There's some fabulously funny satire in this flashier than usual production, though not everything fires.
A tale of resistance seen through Japanese eyes is a visual feast and reminder of much that's wrong today.
Annie Baker’s intriguing play keeps you gripped from the minute the red curtain is drawn to reveal the kitsch, slightly weird B&B in Gettysburg.
Darlinghurst Theatre Company opens its 2020 season with a new production directed and choreographed by Amy Campbell.
Fun, high-energy entertainment, from various aerial wonders to a mesmerising hula-hoop act.
Lewis takes up the role in 2020, succeeding Sam Strong after a four-year tenure.
UK company 1927 is back with its new show, blending actors, animation and music.
With Johnny Carr and Geraldine Hakewill shining in the central roles, Simon Phillips' production is the real deal.
Such a sublimely beautiful production, it was hard to tear your eyes away.
A glittering new musical comedy about a poorly understood and often underestimated force of nature – teenage girls in love.