A touching tribute to an absent artist and a superb account of Mahler Ten makes this evening a gift.
Andy Morton finds a beautiful balance between the intimate and the epic in his harbour-side Bohème.
Michael Grandage's warm-hearted production of a classic animation should thaw the frostiest of hearts.
An exuberant, uplifting musical given a bobby-dazzler of a production.
An Austro-German program of two Classical works and two Romantic, long on youthful enthusiasm.
In this classic Mike Leigh play, an excellent cast reveals timeless personal and social anxieties in 1970s England.
From Gosfield’s spiky cactus needles to Lang’s hard-edged swagger, this was a cracking start to Ensemble Offspring’s 2018.
It's well worth spending a few hours with Ferruccio Furlanetto's Don.
A program focused on death with glimmers of light and hope.
A haunting lament of the body in conflict.
An extraordinary reminder of Bernstein's skill, craft and humanity, which will live long in the memory.
A well constructed less-is-more cabaret homage to 'the Princess'.
A lavish retelling of a less familiar story ballet.