Meet Alice Boyd, the eco-minded theatre maker bringing sustainability to the stage.
Jonathan Miller, satirist and director of opera and theatre, dies aged 85
The British band's refusal to tour shows the music industry is starting to take sustainability seriously,
Can we dance our way to better health and well-being? The answer is yes, according to a new study released this Monday by the UN's health body.
Musa Motha's leg was amputated when he was 11-years-old, after being diagnosed with cancer. Now he is a lead dancer in 'Cion: Requiem of Ravel's Bolero.'
People living in Petare - one of the poorest neighbourhoods of the capital of Venezuela, came together on Friday (April 19) to watch a re-enactment of the Passion of Christ.
The founder of a popular US counterculture festival, Burning Man, has died in San Francisco.
Classical music and a whole lot more is on offer at the annual event in the Russian city
Italian performer Andrea Loreni thrilled Rome on Sunday (Dec. 11) by becoming the first high-wire act to cross the Tiber.
While crowds watched him
Hundreds of lanterns have been launched in Taiwan as part of the Sky Lantern Festival.
The project is giving performances of the classical works of Homer, Sophocles, Plato and more at archaeological sites across the Greek capital.
Russian choreographer Boris Eifman has taken up the challenge of using the plot of a complex psychological novel for a ballet.
The European Oscars Captured on camera for acting in front of the camera – stars of the European silver screen.
Puppetry has a very long history across the Czech Republic and can be traced deep into the Middle Ages.
‘Bat Out of Hell: The Musical’ has previewed at London’s Coliseum ahead of its launch next summer.
‘While I was waiting’ by acclaimed Syrian playwright Mohammad Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada tells the story of a young man who ends up in a coma in hospital after being beaten up at a checkpoint
‘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 first of the annual Princess of Asturias Awards has been won by the Spanish actress, theatre director and stage designer Nuria Espert. The