Thomas Adès Day 'Arcadiana', Wigmore Hall, London, review: An ideal route into his sound world Thomas Adès Day 'Arcadiana', Wigmore Hall, London, review: An ideal route into his sound world

The Wigmore Hall explored the composer Thomas Adès in a day-long programme of chamber music, including his own string quartet 'Arcadiana' and a performance of his Concerto Consiso with the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group

27. 3. 2017 14:31
Urbain Hayo talks about black deaths in British police custody in his play: 'People think it's an American issue but it's not. We just don't want to talk about it' Urbain Hayo talks about black deaths in British police custody in his play: 'People think it's an American issue but it's not. We just don't want to talk about it'

The actor who goes under the stage name of Urbain Wolf has created his first play, 'Custody' with writer Tom Wainwright which looks at real-life cases of police brutality and black deaths

27. 3. 2017 18:48
Just Call Me God: A Dictator's Final Speech, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, review: A showcase for John Malkovich's skewed method-acting Just Call Me God: A Dictator's Final Speech, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, review: A showcase for John Malkovich's skewed method-acting

The UK premiere of Michael Sturminger's music-theatre piece stars Malkovich as a dictator on the brink of madness pitted against the mighty Symphony Hall organ

27. 3. 2017 19:37
Le Sacre du printemps, Sadler's Wells, London, review: This is the best staging of Le Sacre I know Le Sacre du printemps, Sadler's Wells, London, review: This is the best staging of Le Sacre I know

English National Ballet's production of Pina Bausch's 'Le Sacre du Printemps' (The Rite of Spring) has been danced by only one other ballet company, the Paris Opéra

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