"Under Harry Bicket's lively direction, each instrumentalist played as though personally responsible for the entire show, wringing out every ounce of drama: at one point during Act II, the cellos unleashed such a torrent of fury that they threatened to upstage the cast." - Financial Times
Welcome to our 2016-17 Season
The fact that Shakespeare and Cervantes died on the same day is one of those useless-but-fascinating nuggets of history that has stuck with me far more than anything enlightening I could have learnt in history lessons at school. The theory that the two men might have even met during Shakespeare's "missing years" between 1586 and 1592 as suggested in the 2007 film "William and Miguel" adds an extra...Continue Reading
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