Author Rachel Fellows

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One might assume Noël Coward to be outdated by now: all those bright young things…

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Dame Kiri Te Kanawa performs for the last time at the Royal Opera House in Donizetti’s La fille du régiment…

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With cracking performances, some thoughtful touches and yet no frills, this brings out both the humour and drudgery of its subjects’ lives with thought, care and vitality.

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Whilst it may hark back to those heady days of the Belle Époque, the moral of Massenet’s 1884 opera is as relevant today as it was to the nineteenth century Parisian society…

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“From the writers behind Have I Got News For You, this play was never going to pull any punches, and it doesn’t disappoint.” Rachel Fellows has a giggle at our MPs’ expenses…

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“What on earth could a musical version of American Psycho be like, I wondered. Bret Easton Ellis’ 1991 satirical novel is perhaps one of the funniest and most disturbing works of fiction there is…”

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Puccini’s final work kicks off the opera season at the Royal Opera House, which has called in the big guns for the occasion, taking us back to ancient China to witness the cruel games of Turandot.

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“Simon Callow examines Wagner’s history whilst delving into his psyche, attempting to understand what made him tick and how he came to produce such momentous, if divisive, works and opinions.”

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Twenty years after his death, the English National Ballet is staging their homage to the dancer, director and choreographer by performing three works that delve intimately into his artistic life.

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“Private Lives is the funniest play I have ever seen. Period…I’m not urging you, I’m telling you: go and see Toby Stevens and Anna Chancellor right now.”

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