Under the radar

Low frequency listings
June 18, 2005
  • Theatre company wilson+wilson take promenade theatre to new levels in Mulgrave which, from 11th June, leads audiences on a four-mile trek through Mulgrave Woods in North Yorkshire.

  • Although eclipsed by the music, visual arts hold their own at the Aldeburgh festival; exhibitions include The Grey Disturbance at the Britten-Pears Library, from 10th June, celebrating Britten's love of the sea. 

  • Muirhead Bone, Britain's first war artist, trained as an architect, which accounts for the astonishing detail of his prints and drawings of buildings, some finished, some in the throes of construction. They go on show at London's Fine Art Society, from 2nd June.

  • Anthropologist turned artist Susan Hiller installs her contribution to Thinking of the Outside, a show about Bristol, in the city's Castle Vaults, from 21st May.

  • Yellow Earth Theatre's Typhoon festivals give a glimpse of east Asia via its playwrights. This year's plays, at London's Soho Theatre from 17th May, include an epic about tiger hunting. 

  • Philip Glass's chamber opera Orphée gets a rare production, in the Royal Opera House's Linbury Studio, from 27th May, its cast drawn from the company's rising stars.