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Articles categorised as "Theatre"

Making Moonshine: How theatres give the impression of moonlight

17 January 2014

In preparation for the magical moonlit act of Giselle, we take a look at history of moonlight on stage.

Shakespeare without borders: Adapting the Bard

7 November 2013

How England's most famous playwright belongs to the world.

The Same Old Story: Greek tragedy as a model for countless dramatic works

18 October 2013

Before Mark-Anthony Turnage's Oedipus-inspired opera comes to Covent Garden, a closer look at the composition of a classic tragedy.

Watch: Ben Frost on The Wasp Factory

5 October 2013

The composer and director talks about creating a piece of musical theatre from Iain Banks's novel.

Watch: Stage managing The Metamorphosis

21 March 2013

Acclaimed production isn’t just about dance, it’s also about treacle.

Listen: Mark Thomas on his new show Bravo Figaro!

3 August 2012

The comedian talks to BBC Radio 4's Front Row about a show coming to the ROH in November.

Winter Learning Fair sparks a heated debate

20 December 2011

Students from Thames Gateway meet to celebrate work and share feedback on projects.

Apprentices' verdicts on working at the Royal Opera House

16 December 2011

We speak to three apprentices who have benefited from the scheme which launched in 2007.

Macbeth, Verdi, Shakespeare: 10 things you might not know

19 May 2011

Ten facts about Verdi's operatic take on a favourite by the Bard.

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