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theartsdesk.com, first with arts reviews, news and interviews | The Arts Desk wed 27/07/2016 Sections Search today new music opera film classical theatre comedy dance visual arts tv gaming CD/DVDs Search this site: reviews features Listed gallery q & a Brighton Festival first person we recommend theartsdesk.com, first with arts reviews, news and interviews Half A Sixpence, Chichester Festival Theatre Bella Todd Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Watching Cameron Mackintosh’s joyful revision of this Sixties musical, it’s possible to believe for a moment that all the world needs now is love sweet love and a shit-ton of... Prom 15: Chen, BBCSO, BBCSC, Davis Alexandra Coghlan Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Programming a concert is a tricky business. Programming an entire Proms season almost unthinkably difficult. But even allowing for the odd evening of leftovers, those artists,... Detroit: Techno City, Institute of Contemporary Arts Joe Muggs Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Detroit techno music is important. Any student of the club music of the modern age knows this. The sound that fermented among the majority black population of the decaying... 10 Questions for Musician Jasper H?iby Peter Quinn Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Copenhagen-born bassist Jasper H?iby moved to London in 2000 to attend the Royal Academy of Music. In 2005 he created the trio Phronesis which has toured extensively in Europe and... Jason Bourne Adam Sweeting Wednesday, 27 July 2016 When Matt Damon's Jason Bourne makes his introductory appearance, as a bare-knuckle boxer somewhere in the lawless Greek-Albanian borderlands, it speaks volumes. Bourne is... CD: Old Fire - Songs from the Haunted South Barney Harsent Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Honestly, you wait years for a lengthy project to come to fruition, then two turn up at once. However, while The Avalanches had to contend with people tapping their watches and... Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace Theatre Matt Wolf Tuesday, 26 July 2016 Harry Potter lives to see another day. The Hogwarts wizard has made his stage debut in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a... Don Quixote, Bolshoi Ballet, Royal Opera House Jenny Gilbert Tuesday, 26 July 2016 Exactly 60 years have passed since this company made its first London visit, an unlikely triumph of art over geopolitics.... Naked Attraction, Channel 4 Jasper Rees Tuesday, 26 July 2016 Remember Sex Box? Perhaps you were wisely watching paint dry that night instead. Sex Box was part of Channel 4’s ongoing... The Kingdom, Three Choirs Festival, Gloucester Stephen Walsh Tuesday, 26 July 2016 The last time but one that the Three Choirs Festival was in Gloucester the main offering was Elgar’s oratorio The Kingdom,... FEWS, Prince Albert, Brighton Thomas H Green Tuesday, 26 July 2016 The indie scene isn’t currently enjoying a peak period but FEWS’ debut album, Means, which came out a couple of months back... Blu-ray: Absolute Beginners Kieron Tyler Tuesday, 26 July 2016 The home-cinema release of Absolute Beginners is a rarity, as it’s one where watching the bonus before the main feature is a... Marni Nixon: 'It ended up being totally my voice' Jasper Rees Monday, 25 July 2016 Singin’ in the Rain made much of those people in the movies whose work you don’t know you know. Set at the dawn of the... Prom 13: London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, Jurowski David Nice Monday, 25 July 2016 The last time I heard Beethoven's setting of Schiller's Ode to Joy in the finale of his Ninth Symphony, it was as European... theartsdesk on Vinyl: Volume 19 - Sisters of Mercy, Peter Gabriel, Solomun and more Thomas H Green Monday, 25 July 2016 This month we’re just going to get straight into it. It’s summer, the sun's out, no time for waffle, just slap a disc on the... Saddam Goes to Hollywood, Channel 4 / Keith Richards: The Origin of the Species, BBC Two Adam Sweeting Monday, 25 July 2016 Incredible but true, Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein really did hire a largely-British film crew to come to his country and... CD: Purple – Bodacious Guy Oddy Monday, 25 July 2016 Purple’s 2014 debut album, (409), was a burst of party punk straight out of Texas that deftly avoided crass clichés while... Prom 11: Wilson, Creswell, BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales, Wigglesworth David Nice Sunday, 24 July 2016 It's not often you think you detect a future Brünnhilde in a soprano performing a great Verdi role, but that was the case... Reissue CDs Weekly: Bitori, Space Echo Kieron Tyler Sunday, 24 July 2016 Since achieving international success in the final years of the 1980s, the late Cesária évora has dominated much of globe’s... theartsdesk in the Faroe Islands: G! Festival 2016 Kieron Tyler Sunday, 24 July 2016 Familiar words pepper the lead item on the 9am radio news: "Brexit", "Theresa May", "Boris Johnson". Yet the bulletin is... CD: Viola Beach - Viola Beach Lisa-Marie Ferla Sunday, 24 July 2016 It was somewhere around the third posthumous Jeff Buckley compilation that I realised that my love for an artist, and my... Prom 9: Feola, Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Rhorer David Nice Saturday, 23 July 2016 It's never easy readjusting to the weird and sometimes wonderful acoustics of Albert's colosseum at Proms time, least of all... William Eggleston Portraits, National Portrait Gallery Sarah Kent Saturday, 23 July 2016 American photographer William Eggleston is famous for dedicating himself to colour photography at a time when it was still... Classical CDs Weekly: Bruckner, Mahler, Nielsen, Schnittke Graham Rickson Saturday, 23 July 2016 Bruckner: Mass No. 3 in F minor Soloists, Bavarian Radio Choir, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra/Robin Ticciati (Tudor)Good... Follow @theartsdesk DON QUIXOTE, BOLSHOI BALLET, ROYAL OPERA HOUSE The Russians are back, marking 60 years since they first took London by storm MARNI NIXON: 'IT ENDED UP BEING TOTALLY MY VOICE' Heard but not seen: the Hollywood legend, who has died, tells the inside story of dubbing Natalie Wood in 'West Side Story' NAKED AMBITION, CHANNEL 4 New dating game in which contestants compete in their birthday suits PROM 11: WILSON, CRESWELL, BBCNOW, WIGGLESWORTH High artistry and deep heartbreak in Wagner and Tippett BLU-RAY: ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS Julian Temple’s flawed Eighties bomb is finally revealed as film which can’t fail to dazzle HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, PALACE THEATRE Does the continuing story of JK Rowling's witches and wizards work its magic onstage? WILLIAM EGGLESTON PORTRAITS, NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY The American who made colour photography an art form disc of the day CD: Old Fire - Songs from the Haunted South The Earlies' John Mark Lapham produces a stunning album 10 years in the making Subscribe to theartsdesk.com Thank you for continuing to read our work on theartsdesk.com. For unlimited access to every article in its entirety, including our archive of more than 10,000 pieces, we're asking for £2.95 per month or £25 per year. We feel it's a very good deal, and hope you do too. To take an annual subscription now simply click here. And if you're looking for that extra gift for a friend or family member, why not treat them to a theartsdesk.com gift subscription? Brighton Festival CD: The Fiction Aisle - Fuchsia Days Second from Brighton outfit heads into deliciously cosmic easy listening theartsdesk at Love Supreme Festival 2016: Kamasi Washington, Esperanza Spalding and Stanley Clarke Laid back atmosphere, inspiring music at the UK’s only green field jazz festival Brighton Festival: Brighton – Symphony of a City, Brighton Dome A cinematic cross-section of life in London-by-Sea tv Naked Attraction, Channel 4 New dating game in which contestants compete in their birthday suits Saddam Goes to Hollywood, Channel 4 / Keith Richards: The Origin of the Species, BBC Two Drunkenness and debauchery with Oliver Reed in Saddam Hussein's Iraq Imagine... Danger! Cornelia Parker, BBC One The artist who destroys things in order to create new ones film Jason Bourne Bourne to run (and run and run) Blu-ray: Absolute Beginners Julian Temple’s flawed Eighties bomb is finally revealed as film which can’t fail to dazzle Marni Nixon: 'It ended up being totally my voice' Heard but not seen: the Hollywood legend, who has died, tells the inside story of dubbing Natalie Wood in 'West Side Story' new music Detroit: Techno City, Institute of Contemporary Arts A tiny glimpse of history kicks off a huge party 10 Questions for Musician Jasper H?iby The Danish bassist on the perils of consumerism, playing without the dots, and why 4/4 isn't a crime CD: Old Fire - Songs from the Haunted South The Earlies' John Mark Lapham produces a stunning album 10 years in the making classical Prom 15: Chen, BBCSO, BBCSC, Davis Mixed-bag Prom yields strong young soloist but some weak choral singing The Kingdom, Three Choirs Festival, Gloucester Elgar yet again at the Three Choirs and as gloriously blurred as ever Prom 13: London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, Jurowski No-fuss Beethoven Ninth may be the most radical of all opera Prom 11: Wilson, Creswell, BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales, Wigglesworth High artistry and deep heartbreak in Wagner and Tippett The Golden Dragon, Music Theatre Wales, Buxton Festival Peter E?tv?s's new opera finds a world in a grain of egg fried rice Jen?fa, Longborough Festival Opera Janá?ek's happy-ending tragedy is powerfully moving despite untidy details theatre Half A Sixpence, Chichester Festival Theatre The Tommy Steele musical gets a triumphant, banjo-rehabilitating refresh Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace Theatre Does the continuing story of JK Rowling's witches and wizards work its magic onstage? Jesus Christ Superstar, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre A classic musical reborn for a contemporary audience visual arts William Eggleston Portraits, National Portrait Gallery The American who made colour photography an art form Winifred Knights, Dulwich Picture Gallery A forgotten Slade alumnus restored to prominence Ragnar Kjartansson, Barbican Art Gallery Fact and fiction coalesce in work by an artist born into an acting dynasty dance Don Quixote, Bolshoi Ballet, Royal Opera House The Russians are back, marking 60 years since they first took London by storm Strictly goes to the Proms Canny brand synergy encourages fans to keep Promming Cinderella, Ratmansky/Australian Ballet, London Coliseum Serious choreography and lush design make this Surrealist fairytale a visual treat comedy theartsdesk Q&A: Garrison Keillor As he hosts 'A Prairie Home Companion' for the last time, its creator looks back Whose Line Is It Anyway?, London Palladium Terrific fun from an old favourite David Baddiel - My Family: Not the Sitcom, Menier Chocolate Factory Funny and challenging show about the comic's parents gaming Pokémon Go Game or viral phenomenon? Who cares - let's go hunting Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens Lego returns to 'Star Wars' and creates a new summer blockbuster Heroes of Loot 2 This fun take on the dungeon crawler is a blast in short bursts Listed Listed: Forget the Force Star Wars wasn't the only groundbreaking film of 1977. We identify some others The 11 Best Gigs on Film (after Stop Making Sense) As Talking Heads' masterpiece is restored on disc, we hail the great screen concerts Listed: The 100 Funniest Things about Downton Abbey Julian Fellowes' juggernaut has gone from the sublime to the ridiculous in six series. Here's how he did it latest comments Prom 15: Chen, BBCSO, BBCSC, Davis However poor your opinion of the choral element... Half A Sixpence, Chichester Festival Theatre Loved the film when I saw it (twice) as a kid, in... Prom 9: Feola, Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Rhorer That was the answer I wanted, thanks for taking... Prom 9: Feola, Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Rhorer Actually, all of Mendelssohn's horn parts were... Strictly goes to the Proms Disappointing in the extreme when you think what... theartsdesk on Vinyl: Volume 19 - Sisters of Mercy, Peter Gabriel, Solomun and more Oops. Error in the Sisters of Mercy review. It's... Tweets about "theartsdesk" newsletter Get a weekly digest of our critical highlights in your inbox each Thursday! Simply enter your email address in the box below View previous newsletters Doormat Navigation See our complete archive Radio Show About us Contact us privacy and cookies ? 2009-2014 The Arts Desk Ltd.

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