Our weekend picks are:
Here are our picks for the weekend:
The Royal Ballet’s artistic director Kevin O’Hare has started with a splash: He’s recruited a prima ballerina who was previously the pride of Moscow’s Bolshoi.
Icelandic chameleon Bjork brings her “Biophilia” show to the New York Hall of Science Friday night.
Six years after bagging an Oscar for her role as Elizabeth II in “The Queen,” Helen Mirren won the U.K.’s highest stage honor -- a Laurence Olivier Award -- for her stage portrayal of the monarch in “The Audience.”
Sarah Lamb is held upside down by a dance partner, her legs like half-open scissors, as dissonant violin music screeches through a London practice studio.
Donna Murphy floated on stage in a purple gown and sang a million dollar version of Cole Porter’s “I Happen to Like New York.”
Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon and Soundgarden all play this weekend as Hard Rock Calling becomes the latest event to brave the soggy British summer.
It’s the mother-daughter pairing from hell.
Catch Brooklyn-based band The National tonight at the Wellmont, performing tracks from their most recent album, “High Violet.”