Fragment of the Fringe: a Reflection. By Oliver Wood

The fringe, so say the mummers, has become over-commercialised in recent years. Too many agents, too much spin, a lack of government support, not...

Men at Work

Holland Park Opera: Tchaikovsky, Yevgeny Onegin and Verdi, FalstaffThe Merry Wives of Windsor is a very dull play indeed. We can be grateful for...
The Fear of Breathing

The Fear of Breathing. By James Denselow

Over sixteen months into the unrest in Syria a true picture of events on the ground is still hard to ascertain. This is partly...

Colin MacGowan-Black

Eric Block Colin MacGowan-Black would have been 100 years old this week. On the anniversary of his birth, Eric Block looks back on the life...

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