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Peter Gill’s new version of Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov will run in Sheffield from October 18 to November 4 before playing at Theatr Clwyd in Wales.Theatr Clwyd artistic director Tamara Harvey will direct Jamie Ballard alongside Robert Blythe, Oliver Dimsdale, Sharon Morgan, Sian Owens, Shanaya Rafaat, Veronica Roberts, Rosie Sheehy and Martin Turner.You will then be able to add events and information to the page through Ents24 Backstage.Please select your role in relation to this artist, add a few words of explanation to help us verify your request, and then click the 'Submit' button.Her latest album – The Woman at the End of the World (released on Mais Um Discos in June 2016) – is a powerful statement from an artist who continues to break new ground.The release features a set of apocalyptic, experimental samba sujo ('dirty samba') where samba is savaged by rock 'n' roll, free-jazz, noise and other experimental music forms, created with the cream of São Paulo's underground musicians, giving a snapshot of 21 Century Brazil.

It runs from September 14 to October 7, with press night on September 19, before playing at London’s Bush Theatre.

Produced by the Barbican On sale to Barbican Members on Thursday 15 September On general sale on Friday 16 September Find out more GUEST ARTIST CONFIRMED Elza Soares special guest Eska Sunday 13 November 2016 / Barbican Hall / Tickets £17.50 – 25 plus booking fee Vocalist and samba queen Elza Soares performs an evening of edgy Brazilian music at the Barbican as part of this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival.

Since her husky, wholly distinctive voice burst onto the scene in the 1950s, Elza Soares has been a defining presence in Brazilian music and she looks back on a rollercoaster of a career that has seen her feature on over 50 albums, and work with iconic figures such as Caetano Veloso, Chico Barque and Jorge Ben Jor.

Starting on a small beach, only brooding cliffs and a small lighthouse in sight, BAFTA-nominated narrator Oliver Dimsdale takes you through the game, journeying from a desolate Scottish island, to a car crash on the M5, to the crisis of a guilty heart, to the lost shores of a dreamed coastline.

With the game on a big screen accompanied by a live performance of BAFTA-winning composer Jessica Curry’s powerful score, the story of the acclaimed videogame is brought to life as never before.


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