Theatre
Carmen Disruption, at the Almeida Theatre, until May 23.

Simon Stephen’s Carmen Disruption is a long way from Merimee’s novel and Bizet’s opera, though there are characters with the same names, bits of Bizet and a bull. At the Almeida Theatre, until May 23.

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The new season of Islington Proms has just opened. Next up is a double recital bill on May 23rd. Estonian pianist Kristiina Rokashevich + Dutch-American violinist Amarins Wierdsma accompanied by Edward Liddall.
Next month, The Royal College of Art stages the 20/21 Internationonal Art Fair, which includes works by wartime artist, Olga Lehmann.
A season of short operas is under way at the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Studio. Opening the season was King Size, put together by Swiss director Christoph Marthaler.
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The prestigious annual exhibition of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, currently at the Mall Galleries, shows over 200 portraits by over 100 artists.
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Against all the odds, Tansy Davies’s new opera Between Worlds about the 9/11 atrocity in New York, is remarkably successful.
Richard Stein finds plenty of food for thought in Caroline Lucas’s account of life as a Green MP.