Another smash hit from WAM! Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) the eighteenth-century superstar of classical music who started composing aged 5, was dead by 35 but had by then written over 600 works including four of the greatest operas of all time: The Marriage of Figaro (1786), Don Giovanni (1787), Cosi fan tutte (1790) and The […]
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One of the great things about the Vault Festival is the sheer range of productions on offer. Over the course of its run, there will literally be something for everyone. Some productions are a treat to review. They are nice and simple. With a standard narrative of start-middle-end. Others are more difficult and really have […]
A cast of twenty in a production at a studio theatre – just as well Peace In Our Time is set in a busy local pub run by Fred (Patrick Bailey) and Nora Shattock (Virge Gilchrist). Set in the Second World War, Shattock refuses to close his pub, The Shy Gazelle, even when his own […]
In the 1987 cult film, Withnail and I, unemployed actor Withnail (Richard E Grant) decries: Bastard asked me to understudy Konstantin in The Seagull. I’m not going to understudy anybody. Especially that pimp. I loathe those Russian plays. Always full of women staring out of windows, whining about ducks going to Moscow. I, too, hate […]
Walking through a seemingly less busy than usual central London towards The London Library in St James’s Square, there apparently was one thing on everyone’s mind – the coronavirus. Hoping that a couple of hours or so watching a site-specific, promenade, immersive version of H G Wells’ 1895 novella The Time Machine would give us […]