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A compelling psycho-thriller: Marnie at ENO

I reviewed the world premiere of ‘Marnie’ at ENO for my sister site ArtMuseLondon.

Read the full review here: ‘Marnie’ at English National Opera

Performance Review

'Marnie' at English National Opera

The plot of ‘Marnie’ has all the prime ingredients for dramatic classic opera: childhood secrets, multiple identities, unspoken feelings, disturbing relationships, kleptomania, lust, sex, treachery, betrayal and subterfuge. 717 kata lagi



In the penultimate instalment of the Ten From ’77 series we have five albums whose only commonality is their position on the edge (or in some cases, way outside) the domain of pop music. 873 kata lagi

B) Seventies [1970 - 1979]


As a non-musician, Eno is good at thinking outside the box. He strives for beauty, and takes himself lightly. He is also open to chance. 799 kata lagi


Your execution is my retribution or Rodelinda, queen of hilarious choreography (ENO, 9 November 2017)

The challenge for ENO was not only in rendering a Handel libretto palatable to 21st century audiences but in making an obscure 7th century AD political situation entertaining when you understand every word of it. 1.612 kata lagi


How To Sleep Comfortably in a Hammock

Ok so sleeping next to a roaring waterfall is not the way to stay comfortable in a hammock, but I got your attention!  We all know that hammocks such as the ENO are extremely comfortable to hang out in, but if you have ever tried to sleep the night in a hammock, then you know it can be tricky to get a good night sleep. 156 kata lagi

Half Italian film noir, half Tarantino-esque Graphic Novel, Richard Jones’ »Rodelinda«, set in a 1940′ Mafia milieu is a cinematic joy ride.

I always find it quite amusing how the English have adopted the German Georg Friedrich Handel as one of their own, a great British composer. 800 kata lagi