The Company I Keep | Second Echo Ensemble

The best moments in The Company I Keep are the most unvarnished: brothers and sisters squabbling and chasing each other with abandon, a man’s struggle with feelings of hopelessness, the co-dependent dance of lovers.

Eight Hands: Variations on the Theme 'Piano'

The charm of Eight Hands, beyond the obvious talent of the participants, was as a striking demonstration of the versatility of the piano, with radically different attitudes and processes creating diverse musical experiences.

Toussaint | The Southern Belles

With the show’s name coming from the French word for All Saints Day, each act included a macabre twist of one sort or another, with enough fake cobwebs strewn about the theatre to satisfy even the most ardent of Halloween revellers.

Miss Saigon

Miss Saigon is confidently performed, with a crisp pace that builds to greater and greater heights of emotional catharsis.

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