Carlos Acosta’s Latin extravaganza, Australian bush-ranger Ned Kelly, Sheridan Smith and Laura Mvula are our choices for London this weekend.
James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave are playing the frolicsome young lovers Benedick and Beatrice -- at the ages of 82 and 76 respectively.
London theater’s fall season arrives with new surprises.
Sometimes you can make money by giving away money.
Prince George’s palace, Daniel Radcliffe’s new role, a beer festival in the Olympic Park, and Chic are our choices for London this weekend.
The attempted murder of a vulnerable old lady is played for laughs. Brutal deaths are used to prompt chuckles. When times are tough, the tough turn to gallows humor.
When Benjamin Britten presented a bald and crabby Elizabeth I to the next Queen Elizabeth, the public was not amused.
Pete Doherty is showing a newly sensitive side in acoustic songs he’s playing in Brixton.
An Italian Jewish priest who ended up selling vegetables and teaching at Columbia University before he died in New York in 1838 is the real star of the new production of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” at the Metropolitan Opera.
Where there’s an immortal back catalog, a jukebox musical will follow.
"In the old days, people used to describe these schemes as box-ticking."
- Michael Grandage on Jan 01, 2013