Andrea Spisto invites you into a surreal, queer, immigrant wonderland to witness her coming out.
Fiction and documentary intertwine as three actresses seek inspiration while rehearsing a play.
As the world ends, one emigration officer is sceptical that ‘exotic’ white refugees will assimilate in Tropicalia Island.
Told in silence with marionette puppetry, Silencio Blanco unearths the black silence of Chile’s mining history.
Gabriel García Márquez’s landmark novel ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ is re-imagined by award-winning company Popelei.
This daring new chamber performance of Verdi’s La Traviata brings the psychological drama to the surface.
The inner lives of two tortured souls are brought vividly to life.
Arcola Academy tackle Shakespeare’s gender-fluid comedy in this celebration of life and self.
This contemporary re-imagining lands the cast of Johann Strauss’ classic in the 21st Century.
Arabic and Western musical traditions are woven together in a hard-hitting look at honour crime.
Opera Alegría bring a full-length production of Rossini’s dazzling comic opera to Grimeborn.
A documentary about the world-renowned Turkish soprano Leyla Gencer.
Verity Lane’s deeply personal project draws on classical Japanese traditions with an avant-garde twist.
Don’t miss this winning trio of comic opera gems.
This new production of Amy Beach’s rarely-staged opera explores the dark underside of the American dream.
Bellini’s operatic tragedy of doomed love comes to Grimeborn in a new production by Over The Pond.
A queer take on Mozart’s perennially problematic classic by Arcola Participation Queer Collective.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D’Amour conjures a twisted fable about courage, resistance and change.