mon 27/09/2021

Maria Aberg

Articles By Maria Aberg

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Shining City, Theatre Royal Stratford East review - occasion...

When Brendan Coyle, playing a modestly magnetic widower and sales rep called John in this revival of...

Kero Kero Bonito, Heaven review - euphoric bubblegum

Here comes the bride. True to Kero Kero Bonito’s unique musical and visual style, a chaotic but masterfully executed fusion of Japanese kawaii...

Iestyn Davies, Aurora Orchestra, Collon, Kings Place review...

Music in London has faced down plagues, puritans, philistines and planners over the four centuries spanned by the Aurora Orchestra’s season-opener...

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life review - a complex portrait of a...

It’s well worth tracking down one of the September 29 special cinema screenings of Ric...

Album: Catherine Graindorge - Eldorado

Catherine Graindorge is a Belgian violinist and...

The Midsummer Marriage, LPO, Gardner, RFH review – Tippett’s...

British opera’s attempted answer to The Magic Flute, and its presentation as the opening gambit of Edward Gardner’s eminent position as...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentleman We...

Looking for answers to what qualifies an album for a makeover and its attendant return to record shop racks can cause heads to spin. Multiple...

The Last Five Years, Garrick Theatre review - bittersweet mu...

Much has happened in the five years since your reviewer braved the steep rake at The Other Palace and saw The Last Five Years...

Gagarine review - hazy cosmic jive in a Paris banlieue

This is the story of a boy and a building. Sixteen-year-old Youri (newcomer Alseni Bathily) lives, with his telescope, in Cité Gagarine, a vast...