Eugene OneginMillennium Centre, Cardiff/Touring5/5
WELSH National Opera’s production of Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin is a superlative production, destined for classic status.
The opera, a mannered...
Wednesday 11th Oct 2017
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Folk-punk artist LILY GASKELL talks to Felicity Collier about how the changing political landscape impacts on her work
Tuesday 10th Oct 2017
Ian Felice In The Kingdom of Dreams (Loose)4/5
TAKING a break from being the singer and lyricist of upstate New York band The Felice Brothers, Ian Felice’s first solo album is a set of set of mournful, reflective...
GORDON PARSONS recommends Arthur Kopit’s play on a woman inescapably imprisoned in the mental torture induced by a stroke
Olivier Roy’s book argues that religions are becoming increasingly homogenised and commodified in the face of market-driven secularisation and technological advance, says PAUL SIMON
Monday 9th Oct 2017
Jean Turner reviews For The Motherland! For Stalin! by Boris Bogachev
Angel Dahouk review Rock in a Hard Place by Orlando Crowcroft
Caroline Garcia beat new world No 1 Simona Halep yesterday to claim the China Open.
The 23-year-old, fresh from winning the Wuhan Open last weekend, held her nerve for a thrilling 6-4 7-6 (7/3) victory.
Halep, who will top the rankings for the first time when they come out on...
Jenny Farrell pays tribute to the great German artist and sculptor KATHE KOLLWITZ
Saturday 7th Oct 2017
Attila the Stockbroker’s diary