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Wandering around London with a theatre programme marks you out as the kind of guy it’s OK to approach and start talking to.
The ensemble merges choral music and electronica to create a sound that throbs with the rage of Brexit Britain.
In the 1950s, maybe having to insist on your desire to go home ten times was normal. Now, for most people, it isn’t.
Baker has created a brilliantly naturalistic depiction of a meeting underscored by office politics.
The Hollies gave them a lift once. Another time they hitchhiked up the M1, after Ray Davies, then about 19, refused to lend them enough for a ticket back to Coventry
Shakespeare’s tragedy shows how easily the bonds which held together communities, families and the state can fray — and how they can be rebuilt.
On the eve of the release of his third album, the guitarist talks imposter syndrome, learning from collaborators, and wishing he had more black fans.
Today, Patrick Cowley is barely known outside record-collecting circles: but his ecstatic electronic disco left an indelible mark on the music scene.
This production is exercise in style, some sort of post-modern universe where everything is signified but nothing means anything.
Meredith started out playing the clarinet in local Edinburgh wind bands. I wonder if she imagined then that she’d use the instrument to make music as unrelentingly fun as this.
Plus: The Old Vic’s Lungs.