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12:36pm Monday 28th July 2014
Glyndebourne’s first production of La Traviata for more than 25 years sees Russian soprano Venera Gimadieva, as consumptive tragic heroine Violetta, laid out on her bed at the beginning and end of every scene.
10:32am Monday 28th July 2014
“You’ve got candles, we’ve gone posh,” said Liane Carroll as she launched into renditions of Nina Simone’s Wild Is The Wind and Sinner Man which the legendary jazz singer would surely have been proud of.
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Dazzling songs, sizzling dance numbers and glittering costumes earned Rattonians a standing ovation as they marked their 30th anniversary by returning to the Congress Theatre for their 25th summer season.
9:50am Friday 25th July 2014
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Bryony Kimmings charts her relationship with her niece Taylor in Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model as she examines the world of 'tween' culture, disrupting the usual offerings of Katy Perry and Jessie J by creating a new role model - Catherine Bennett.
9:18am Friday 25th July 2014
The silence throughout the first half of Roy Bailey and Robb Johnson's recreation of First World War concept album Gentle Men was a testament both to the pair's performance and the power of the songs.
11:07am Wednesday 23rd July 2014
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Jake And Elwood – The Best Blues Brothers Show In The World Ever, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, Saturday, July 19
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Rupert Everett is the big name to fill the new seats as Chichester Festival Theatre celebrates its £22 million refurbishment. He takes the lead in a 50th anniversary production of Peter Shaffer's twisted, captivating drama, Amadeus.
9:59am Friday 18th July 2014
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The first in this contrasting trio of Noel Coward playlets was the only one to benefit fully from the ‘Coward voice’ – the other two being, surprisingly, focused on contrasting layers of 1930s society.
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10:38am Monday 14th July 2014
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The longstanding British roots reggae band may have strolled onto the stage at the Concorde in an understated way, but their music continues to stir the soul just as much as it did when they first caught the ear of John Peel way back when.
10:21am Monday 14th July 2014
The Lewes Live festival initially had the atmosphere of a giant family barbecue; local bands, local people and lots of lovely local brews. That continued to be the case throughout the weekend until late evening on Saturday night, when the headliner and highlight of the festival, Hayseed Dixie played.
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1:16pm Tuesday 8th July 2014
Imelda May and her energetic band barely paused to spin the upright bass between songs, powering through Mayhem and Johnny Got A Boom Boom while beating the bodhrán drum. Swing dancers with immaculate victory rolls shimmied and spun at the back of the crowd, while a row of pyjama-wearing teens solemnly did the mashed potato.
1:15pm Tuesday 8th July 2014
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11:38am Monday 7th July 2014
‘Fusion’ finds definition in this splendid show. The Chinese troupe has worked with Cirque du Soleil to create A Warrior’s Quest For Harmony, a spectacle worthy of their creative association, and the huge applause awarded by the audience.
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The pleasant surroundings of Queen’s Park could have been slightly at odds with the brooding, murderous tragedy of The Scottish Play (it is still considered ‘unlucky’ to say the name M*cbeth, 408 years after it was written) but the shivers sent down the spine were not due to the evening breeze.
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