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THE MODERATE SOPRANO Enters its Final WeeksTHE MODERATE SOPRANO Enters its Final Weeks
by BWW News Desk - May 25, 2018

Audiences have just five weeks left to see David Hare's critically acclaimed new play The Moderate Soprano, about the love story at the heart of the foundation of Glyndebourne, directed by Jeremy Herrin and starring Olivier Award winners Roger Allam and Nancy Carroll. The production enters its final weeks at the Duke of York's Theatre where it must end a strictly limited season on Saturday 30 June. (more...)

BWW Review: THE MODERATE SOPRANO, Duke Of York's TheatreBWW Review: THE MODERATE SOPRANO, Duke Of York's Theatre
by Charlie Wilks - Apr 13, 2018

After its momentous success at the Hampstead Theatre, David Hare's sweet love story transfers to the West End. Centring on the formation of the worldly revered Glyndebourne, the play reveals the two great passions of John Christie: the opera, and his beautiful wife, Audrey Mildmay. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at THE MODERATE SOPRANO at the Duke of York's TheatrePhoto Flash: First Look at THE MODERATE SOPRANO at the Duke of York's Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2018

Production images have today been released for David Hare's The Moderate Soprano, directed by Jeremy Herrin, which is currently previewing at the Duke of York's Theatre, with opening night for press this evening. (more...)

BWW Interview: Jeremy Herrin Talks THE MODERATE SOPRANOBWW Interview: Jeremy Herrin Talks THE MODERATE SOPRANO
by Rona Kelly - Apr 6, 2018

Earlier this week, we spoke to Nancy Carroll about The Moderate Soprano'sreturn to the London stage after two years. Continuing our interview series, director Jeremy Herrin revealshow the world of the play has changed in that time, and how the world outside of the play has too. (more...)

BWW Interview: Nancy Carroll Talks THE MODERATE SOPRANOBWW Interview: Nancy Carroll Talks THE MODERATE SOPRANO
by Rona Kelly - Apr 4, 2018

The Moderate Soprano opens in the West End this week, two years after the production's run at Hampstead Theatre. David Hare's play tells the story of the passion and the people behind Glyndebourne, including the soprano herself: Audrey Mildmay. In this two part series, we speakto the cast and creative behind the production. Taking on the titular role, Nancy Carroll sharesher thoughts on returning to the production and the role after two years. (more...)

David Hare's THE MODERATE SOPRANO Will Have West End EngagementDavid Hare's THE MODERATE SOPRANO Will Have West End Engagement
by BWW News Desk - Dec 15, 2017

David Hare's critically acclaimed play The Moderate Soprano will make its West End premiere next spring at the Duke of York's Theatre, with performances from 5 April to 30 June 2018 and opening night for press on 12 April 2018. (more...)

David Hare's THE MODERATE SOPRANO to Transfer to Duke of York's TheatreDavid Hare's THE MODERATE SOPRANO to Transfer to Duke of York's Theatre
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 14, 2017

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce an outstanding cast for David Hare's fascinating new play. Joining Roger Allam, who plays John Christie, are Nancy Carroll as Audrey Mildmay, Paul Jesson as Dr Fritz Busch, Nick Sampson as Professor Carl Ebert and George Taylor as Rudolf Bing. (more...)

Storytelling Website Launched To Celebrate 70 Years of Edinburgh International Festival
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2017

This year the Edinburgh International Festival celebrates 70 years of unifying artists and audiences from across the world. With one month to go until the start of this year's International Festival on4 August 2017, a new website has been launched which houses these memories and stories from the past 70 years:70years.eif.co.uk (more...)

Canadian Stage's Matthew Jocelyn Pens Libretto for Major International Opera
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2017

Canadian Stage Artistic & General Director Matthew Jocelyn, along with internationally-acclaimed Canadian-born Soprano Barbara Hannigan, will represent Canada at the 2017 edition of the UK's Glyndebourne Festival,one of the world's oldest and most celebrated opera festivals. (more...)

Full Cast Set for David Hare's THE MODERATE SOPRANO at Hampstead Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2015

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce an outstanding cast for David Hare's fascinating new play. JoiningRoger Allam,who plays John Christie, areNancy Carrollas Audrey Mildmay, Paul Jessonas Dr Fritz Busch, Nick Sampsonas Professor Carl EbertandGeorge Tayloras Rudolf Bing. (more...)

Tickets for the Glyndebourne Festival are Still Available
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2014

This will be Robin Ticciati's first Glyndebourne Festival as Music Director. He is only the seventh conductor to hold the post in Glyndebourne's 80- year history, following in the distinguished line of Fritz Busch, Vittorio Gui, John Pritchard, Bernard Haitink, Andrew Davis and Vladimir Jurowski. (more...)

The 80th Year of THE GLYNDEBOURNE FESTIVAL Features EUGENE ONEGIN, DON GIOVANNI and More, 5/17-8/25
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2014

This will be Robin Ticciati's first Glyndebourne Festival as Music Director. He is only the seventh conductor to hold the post in Glyndebourne's 80- year history, following in the distinguished line of Fritz Busch, Vittorio Gui, John Pritchard, Bernard Haitink, Andrew Davis and Vladimir Jurowski. (more...)

The 2014 Glyndebourne Festival's Events Include ROSENKAVALIER and More, 5/17- 7/25
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 2, 2014

The 2014 Festival will take place from 17 May to 24 August 2014 and includes three new productions: Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier, Mozart's La Finta Giardiniera, Verdi's La Traviata and revivals of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, Mozart's Don Giovanni and Handel's Rinaldo. (more...)

Glyndebourne Festival Announces 80th Anniversary Season
by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2013

Robin Ticciati will conduct his first Glyndebourne Festival as Music Director. He is only the seventh conductor to hold the post in Glyndebourne's 80- year history, following in the distinguished line of Fritz Busch, Vittorio Gui, John Pritchard, Bernard Haitink, Andrew Davis and Vladimir Jurowski. (more...)