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Chaya Czernowin: Infinite Now Opera Vlaanderen, Ghent, 18 April 2017 Full cast and production team The first thing you know going into the theatre for a performance of Chaya Czernowin’s third and newest opera, Infinite Now, is that it lasts tw...

Anne Brontosaurus

By BrontëBlog on Feb 21, 2017 in: Music, Theatre

Broadway World tells about the new cast of Sally Cookson's Jane Eyre, soon to go on tour around the UK.Casting for Sally Cookson's energetic and imaginative new adaptation of Charlotte Brontë's masterpiece, Jane Eyre was announced today (20 February...

Express & Star loved To Walk Invisible:However, just when you think Auntie Beeb has lost the plot and your TV licence is a waste of money, she suddenly produces an unheralded little gem like To Walk Invisible (BBC1). It was a brilliant one-off dr...

The Yorkshire Post interviews Grant Montgomery, the production designer of To Walk Invisible:Grant Montgomery remembers the first time he and his production team headed up to the flat cap of Penistone Hill, the windswept hilltop heavily cratered by a...

This columnist from Stylist is looking forward to watching To Walk Invisible.We have been obsessed with the Brontë sisters for as long as we can remember; Emily Brontë famously penned the ground-breaking Wuthering Heights, Charlottë [sic] brought...

 Opera’s latest trick for its desktop browser is built-in currency conversion. The company added a VPN and an ad blocker in two major releases this year, and now it is simplifying things for the growing numbers of people who make online pu...

A feline Brontë

By BrontëBlog on Dec 1, 2016 in: Books, Music

Let's begin this by congratulating our friends at Ponden Hall. As Keighley News reports,The Dorset Cereals B&B Award has gone to Ponden Hall, and was presented at a ceremony last month. (Nov) [...]It was one of just five such enterprises to recei...