It’s Mozart but not as you know it: take a look at Betty Nansen Teatret’s theatrical spectacle, which brings the spirit of MTV and Monty Python to the classical composer’s works. Mozart Undone opens at the Barbican in London tonight.
Matt and Matthew are going on a journey into space and the audience is coming too. We won't be back for tea. Or probably ever again.
In the meantime, a few questions: Has anyone seen my crisps? Is there really a rock'n'roll star on board? Is there a
Over three days, Nuffield will curate a mini festival of debates, performances and panel discussions between cultural figures, social commentators and world class scientists with work from two of the UK’s most innovative theatre companies.
It has long been established that Circa’s director Yaron Lifschitz is some sort of virtuoso. Like great writers whose words appear to flow on to the page, he creates show after stunning show as if by magic.
The Best Man is practicing his last minute speech. The Bridesmaids are squeezing the bride into her dress. Mum and Dad are seeing each other for the first time in years. Grandma is dressing her husband whilst the groom’s brother is getting frisky with t
A mess of cables. A mound of electronic junk. A single cassette player.
And then —
Lights. Power Sockets. Audio Tape. Televisions. Vinyl. Neon Words.
VCR Machines. Speaker cables. Amplifiers. At least one Ladder.
Video Tape. Speakers. Super 8. Mic