Brighton Year-Round 2020
A theatrical arcady on our doorstep
Heartwarming, giddyingly vital yet clear with its own truth.
The blend of definitive and new cast members in a recent classic has overwhelming impact: as story, as lyric fable, as terrible moral for these distracted times.
A masterly, absorbing introduction to unknown composers
A deeply rewarding duo.
Confirms Mok confirms he’s a pianist bristling with oblique lyricism and spiky character – an ideal late 19th century-20th century interpreter.
Someone you want back.
A blissfully alive production.
A memorable start to 2020.
Wigmore Hall class playing
Like The French Lieutenant’s Woman, there are now two endings to Quartet. You must see this if you know the film only, or care about music, ageing, friendship and achingly lost love.
An Edinburgh International Festival, HOME Manchester, Spoleto Festival USA & Theatre de la Ville Paris co-production
A climactic Fantasia lifts the atmosphere of this recital to something quite apt. A superb debut.
Another pianist to welcome back before he gets snapped up, even in this climate. Superb.
A terrific journey. We need more of this.
A literally thrilling two-plus hours
We’re privileged to see this rarely-performed work moulded by OFS. A play for our times.
A memorable debut, with welcome original repertoire