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3 items from 2012


Lee Pace’s Sicilian Prelude for ‘Golden Age’

12 December 2012 9:42 PM, PST | twilightersanonymous.com | See recent TwilightersAnonymous news »

Prior to starring as the Sicilian-born composer Vincenzo Bellini for the stage production, ‘Golden Age’, Lee Pace journeyed to Sicily to research about the composer and the land of his birth.… Read the rest

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This week's cultural highlights: Red Light Winter and Me, Myself and Miss Gibbs

4 March 2012 9:15 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Our critics' picks of this week's openings, plus your last chance to see and what to book now

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Opening this week

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Red Light Winter

The UK premiere of Adam Rapp's Obie Award-winning play about two successful New Yorkers, once college room mates, whose trip to the Red Light district of Amsterdam comes back to haunt them. Part of an ambitious season of contemporary American work.

Ustinov, Bath (01225 448844), to 31 March.

Me, Myself and Miss Gibbs

In 2003, Francesca Millican Slater bought an old postcard of Lincoln Cathedral that had been posted to a Miss Gibbs at a London address in 1910. The message said: Be careful tomorrow. What did Miss Gibbs have to fear? Brilliant solo show about identity and obsession.

Drill Hall, Lincoln (01522 873894), Thursday to 9 March.

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Brilliant festival of emerging and experimental work. Highlights »

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This week's cultural highlights: Rampart and Laura Marling

26 February 2012 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

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Opening this weekTheatre

A Provincial Life

Russia comes to Wales as Peter Gill returns to the city of his birth to christen the rebuilt Sherman theatre with his own adaptation of Chekhov's short story. The 17th National Theatre Wales production is about the search for equality in a world of rich and poor. Sherman, Cardiff (029-2064 6901), Thursday to 17 March.

The Lady from the Sea

Joely Richardson follows in the wet footsteps of both her mother, Vanessa Redgrave, and her sister, Natasha, in playing Ellida Wangel, Ibsen's mysterious heroine haunted by memories of a sailor and the sea. Rose, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (0844 482 1556), tonight to 17 March.

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Rampart (dir. Oren Moverman)

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