“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
Following sell-out runs in both the Almeida Theatre and in the West End last Autumn, award-winning play ‘King Charles III’ has made its Broadway
From royalty to the Rocky Horror Picture Show, London’s Royal Albert Hall has had a diverse week so far. Tuesday night (October 27) saw all manner of
Russian theatre company KnAM is in Lyon to take part in the international performance festival “Sens Interdits” Founded in 2009, the biannual
After six years of renovation Europe’s largest theatre organ is again ready to make windows shake and blast audiences in London’s east end, at the
"Impossible" is being billed as the biggest magic show to hit London's West End since Harry Houdini and features death-defying acts.
If you’ve watched an opera or a foreign play, you may have noticed the surtitles above the stage. One company in France is trying to revolutionise
“The Last Supper,” directed by Egyptian Ahmed El Attar, depicts a society that fails to get rid of a tyranical figure – and all forms of despotism
The boundaries between audience and stage are being eroded on Broadway where guests are enticed to be a part of the performance in what’s known as
Five years after his death, it seems interest in British fashion icon Alexander McQueen is at an all-time high. A new stage production has got
Italian musician and songwriter Antonio Castrignano has been making people dance from southern Italy to France in a series of performances that marry
The curtain has come down on the 15th edition of the Harare International Festival of the Arts, considered one of Africa’s premier cultural events
Back on the stage of the Opéra Comique in Paris, is “Ciboulette”, an operetta Reynaldo Hahn composed in 1923. Intended as a nostalgic homage to
The two-week programme of the Madách International Theatre Meeting has brought together 20 productions from 13 countries in Budapest. After the
Best known for playing the lead in Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar-winning ‘La Grande Bellezza’, Italian acting legend Toni Servillo is currently on a
Luca Ronconi, one of Italy and Europe’s most influential theatre and opera directors, died in hospital in Milan on Saturday night at the age of 81
‘Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown’ is a new musical in London’s West End based on Pedro Almodóvar’s 1988 cult movie. The show has been
The Hungarian Theatre in Cluj-Napocca opened its doors to the fourth edition of the International Theatre Festival “Interferences”. Two leading
The Opéra Comique in Paris turns 300 this year and leading lights of opera and theatre have been paying tribute to this much-loved venue. One of
‘The baddest man on the planet’. That is what he was known as for his antics in and outside the boxing ring. The former heavyweight champion of the
From fame to infamy in just a few years, boxing legend Mike Tyson, ‘the baddest man on the planet’ as he was known, is now taking to the stage
Euronews’ Isabelle Kumar dashed off to Monaco to speak to world famous boxer Mike Tyson. She got a little more than she bargained for – but still has
If you could ask former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson one question, what would it be?
The controversial sports icon is the next guest on
Our postcard this week is from the birthplace of Russian theatre.
Four hours by train north of Moscow, Yaroslavl is home to the famous Volkov
What is European identity in this time of uncertainty? The answer could very well be found on a theatre stage.
Katalin Szilágyi: “This play is
Several people are reported injured after part of a balcony collapsed in central London’s Apollo Theatre on Thursday evening.
A major rescue