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Night & Day

Night & Day

Night & Day

Night & Day

Night & Day

Night & Day

Night & Day

Night & Day

Wednesday 11 – The season is no reason not to see National Theatre Live’s broadcast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Shakespeare’s play receives an immersive...

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Wednesday 04 – Philip Glass wrote his opera Akhnaten in 1983, and its current revival at the Metropolitan Opera is winning rave reviews, especially for...

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Wednesday 27 – Blue Man Group are still going strong 32 years after their founding, and while the performance art collective’s strangeness may have...

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Wednesday 20 – Why be outside at a football field to watch a marching band when the band could come indoors? The DRUMLine Holiday Spectacular...

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Wednesday 13 – How many of us pay attention to the frames of paintings when we go to art museums? Yet they’re part of the...

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Wednesday 06 – November offers up a great many days that are gray and lonely, so perhaps now’s the time for Casa Mañana to put...

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Wednesday 30 – Puccini may have done better by the story with his debut opera, Manon Lescaut, but Jules Massenet beat him to the subject...

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Wednesday 23 – The Bird Café isn’t a particularly spooky place, but the restaurant has gone in for the Halloween festivities for its A Dinner...

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Wednesday 16 – TCU art history professor Babette Bohn discovered that during the Italian Renaissance, the city of Bologna was unusually receptive to women...

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Wednesday 09 – Laura Wilson is being inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame this year, and to mark the occasion, the...