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Prom 17: Les Arts Florissants/Christie familiar finesse, classy soloists
Rameau's vivid, emotionally immediate Grand Motets brought a flavour of his importance as a composer of sacred music to the anniversary celebrations.
Prom 16: Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic/Goetzel review
This was a classy, enthusiastic ensemble and Sascha Goetzel the consummate showman at this Middle East-inspired evening.
The Secret Garden review ingenious design in an alfresco setting
Grosvenor Park Open Air theatre, ChesterKate Saxon's adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel boasts heart, charm and a thoroughly convincing cast Continue reading...
The Secret Garden
The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes review an Iraqi's identity crisis
Arcola, LondonThis story of a Sunni man who flees sectarian Iraq for a life in Britain is more striking in individual scenes than as a whole Continue reading...
The Nightmares of Carlos Fuent
Mariinsky Ballet: Romeo and Juliet review leads save dated classic
The violence is hammy, as are some performances in Lavrovsky's seminal ballet, but Vladimir Shklyarov and Diana Vishneva are nearly flawless.
Romeo & Juliet
Prom 15 BBCSO/Pons review harmonic and orchestral sophistication
The BBC Symphony Orchestra perform Jonathan Dove's new work confidently, but it often comes across as background music needing a voiceover.
Porgy and Bess review exquisitely sung Gershwin in the fresh air
The singing is easy but life is hard in Timothy Sheader's refreshingly spare production.
Porgy & Bess
Alex Horne: Edinburgh fringe comedy veteran who keeps upping the eccentricity
Every year at the Edinburgh fringe festival, the comedian pushes his luck a bit further – and his latest show is outright folly.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Cat Sense by John Bradshaw review what is your cat thinking?
A thoughtful, useful and utterly absorbing study of how cats perceive the world.
A Streetcar Named Desire review Powerful insight into incomplete people
American classics are currently getting a theatrical makeover.
A Streetcar Named Desire
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