In the News

Dangerous liaisons

“Super producer and collaborator extraordinaire Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton has teamed up with Italian composer and arranger Daniele Luppi (oh, and Jack White and Norah Jones) for the album Rome. After a five-year gestation period, it’s finally ready to greet the world. Burton and Luppi tell Jim Carroll what took so long”
Friday, May 13, 2011

Shaw was an anarchist: where is all the chaos?

“SO FAR AS I know, Annabelle Comyn’s delightful production of Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion is the first time it has been on the Abbey stage. This is odd, and not simply because the play is Shaw’s biggest commercial success, the one in which he most successfully translates his dense ideas into accessible and immediate drama”
Fintan O’Toole.  Saturday, May 14, 2011.

A theatrical approach to mental health

“Comic actor Ruby Wax and musician Judith Owen hope to reach out to people with mental health issues with their theatre show”
Carrie Dunn. Wednesday, May 18, 2011.

Theatre needs to show more community spirit

“With Michael Sheen’s The Passion uniting Port Talbot, and the Gulbenkian Foundation offering a new award, participatory theatre is on the up. But is it always as good as it can be?”
Lyn Gardner. Tuesday, May 17, 2011.

ENO to stage opera about 1985 hijacking of cruise ship Achille Lauro

“The Death of Klinghoffer focuses on murder of disabled Jewish passenger at hands of Palestinian paramilitaries”
Mark Brown. Tuesday, May 17, 2011.