"A big win for May could make it tempting to forget the truth that Britain remains split down the middle. That would be a mistake."
Brett Dean’s Hamlet, with a libretto by Matthew Jocelyn, is Glyndebourne’s boldest commission to date
Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder is one of the repertoire’s greatest epics—a cantata of Wagnerian scope and ambition
Martin Boon / May 17, 2017
In calling her snap election, the PM said: "The country is coming together but Westminster is not." But no election can change the fact that the country remains split down the middle on Brexit
"I have succeeded best when I have let myself get out of step and found my own way"
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There is a special viewing of a new film documenting Herschel’s astonishing life and legacy
Raphael drawing—whether in red chalk, ink, charcoal or metal point—was a mode of thought, feeling and experimentation
Oscar Wilde’s Salomé provides theatrical opportunities for an imaginative director