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‘Paris de Nuit’ by the Budapest-based Recirquel Contemporary Circus Company takes audiences into the cafes, brothels and dark streets of 1930’s Paris.
The Sziget festival in Hungary, with 500,000 attendees, is the largest in Europe.
A group of refugees are taking to the stage in the UK to tell their stories through the play “Queens of Syria.
The world of performance arts comes to the Portuguese capital Lisbon for the annual Alkantara festival.
The first of the annual Princess of Asturias Awards has been won by the Spanish actress, theatre director and stage designer Nuria Espert. The
Canadian theatrical company Cirque du Soleil is making its Broadway debut with a new show called ‘Paramour’. Set in the golden age of Hollywood, it
Artist Filippo Minelli set off colourful smoke bombs in the courtyard of London’s Somerset House on Wednesday (March 2) as part of a new exhibition
An actor is in a coma after hanging scene went wrong on stage in Italy, report the ANSA news agency. Raphael Schumacher was rushed to hospital after
Imagine a small and perfectly formed world where very little people go about their daily lives. That was one of the sparks which ignited Mini World
“Madame Bovary” is considered a masterpiece and a seminal work of realism and as such one of the most influential works of fiction ever written
New York City is no stranger to the unusual and innovative and ‘The ‘Hip-Hop Nutcraker,’ is both. Win tickets to ‘The Hip Hop Nutcracker’ with
Based on the popular 2003 movie starring Will Ferrell, ‘Elf the Musical’ is the tale of Buddy, a young orphan who mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag
All sorts of music styles were on display at the World Music Expo (WOMEX) in Budapest, Hungary. Among them was Canadian band Kleztory with their rich
One hundred and fifty years on, Lewis Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland continues to inspire. This time it’s at the Olympia Beauty trade show in London
The Winged Dragon Festival attracts street performers from around the world to the town of Nyírbátor, captivating young and old.
The 58th edition of the Two Worlds Festival has got underway in Spoleto. Many people consider this event to be one of the cultural highlights of the
It’s the latest in immersive entertainment – Secret Cinema in London is bringing to life one of the most popular film franchises of all time in a
A bird’s eye’s view offers an idea of the scale of an astonishing new site currently under construction in Athens. Designed by world-famous
This colourful Cairo carnival aims to unite Egypt with song and dance.
It’s a mesmerising show of dance and music. Offering a mixture of traditional and modern Indian dance, ‘Beyond Bollywood’ has opened in London’s West
Do you dream of being a dancer, a singer or an actor? Do you want to pursue your passion but don’t know how to get your project or career
A Chinese man has diced with death by spending 72 hours on a steel wire 50 metres above the ground performing stunts, walking backwards and hanging
The residents of Dubai’s Marina, JBR and the Palm area, were treated to a spectacular performance by the Breitling Wingwalkers in the skies over the
Edgar Degas’ 'Little Dancer Aged Fourteen' caused a stir when she was first exhibited in 1881. Many critics were not sure what to make of the
Two young tap-dancing priests from the United States are making headlines around the world after a video of them went viral over the internet
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical ‘Cats’ is returning to London’s West End in a revamped version with a hip-hop flavour. Opening in London in
A soundproof metal box and a death metal band called ‘Unfathomable Ruination’. The group are participants in a unique piece of performance art
‘The Roof’ is a new kind of theatrical experience that takes the video game out of the screen and into the open air. The show follows a
Hungary is launching its very own version of best-selling musical ‘Mamma Mia’, inspired by Abba’s famous 1975 hit. The show is taking shape in the
During a trip she made to Hanoi as an anti-war activist at the height of the Vietnam War, Jane Fonda posed for a photo she would forever regret