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  • Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online November 23, 2020
    From live-streams of new plays to classics from the archive, here are some of the top shows online now or coming soon – this page is updated regularlyAs a tribute to the acclaimed disabled dancer David Toole, who died in October, the physical theatre company DV8 have shared their multi-award-winning 2004 film The Cost of […]
    Chris Wiegand Stage editor
  • Strike a pose and pour a Rioja: vogue master Jay Jay Revlon's sofa-dancing tips November 23, 2020
    The DJ and founder of the Let’s Have a Kiki ball is running the climactic bash of this year’s Dance Umbrella – and he’s bringing his cats‘I want you to get out of this quarantine feeling and believe this is a party,” says Jay Jay Revlon, DJ, vogue dancer, father of the House of Revlon, […]
    Lyndsey Winship
  • Australian arts restart: venue capacity rises to 75% as $60m of rescue package to flow November 20, 2020
    Arts minister Paul Fletcher unveils roadmap for reopening live performance industry, with $60m of arts rescue package now allocatedLive performance venues and events will be allowed to reach capacity of up to 75% in states that have recorded no new locally acquired coronavirus cases in 14 days, under the roadmap for reopening unveiled by federal […]
    Kelly Burke
  • Shabaka Hutchings/Britten Sinfonia/Paterson review - tangible exhilaration November 19, 2020
    Streamed live from the Barbican, London A leading light of London’s jazz scene gave an extraordinary demonstration of his clarinet expertise, adding nuance to Copland and StravinskyIf Aaron Copland enjoyed writing his Clarinet Concerto for Benny Goodman, he would have loved the chance to write for Shabaka Hutchings. Mainly on saxophone, Hutchings has been shaking […]
    Erica Jeal
  • 'He'll make your head explode': sax stars on the genius and tragedy of Charlie Parker November 18, 2020
    He was nicknamed Bird and he soared in his music – if not in his life. For the centenary of the saxophonist who redefined jazz, today’s players reveal how his dizzying speed and spirituality changed their livesOutside jazz circles, Charlie Parker might not be a household name like Miles Davis or Louis Armstrong, but the […]
    Interviews by Kate Hutchinson
  • 'A lot of crossed fingers': how Australia's arts festivals are planning for a socially distanced summer November 17, 2020
    With community transmission of Covid all but eliminated in Perth and a new outbreak in Adelaide, next year’s arts calendar is going to look a little differentCovid-19 has thrown huge challenges at Australia’s major arts festivals this summer, not least the maintenance of audience physical distancing at crowded events and border closures excluding most international […]
    Steve Dow
  • Move with Mingus: The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady hit the dance floor November 17, 2020
    Unable to fully stage their celebration of the classic 6os album, Clod Ensemble are inviting audiences to a listening party for London jazz festivalThey had such great plans: a live band, 200 people young and old all dancing freely together, performers and audience intermingling in a rapturous, participative party of a show. Needless to say, […]
    Lyndsey Winship
  • Craving a summer music festival? Here’s a state-by-state gig guide November 16, 2020
    You may not be mixing sweat with strangers in a mosh pit – but great live events are (hopefully) coming to a Covid-safe stage near youThere’s one phrase we’ve heard a lot this year: “Stay safe and see you in 2021.”This message on the Falls festival website has been echoed by Bluesfest, Groovin the Moo, […]
    Meg Watson
  • MPs to hold inquiry into ensuring post-pandemic survival of music festivals November 11, 2020
    The DCMS will look into how government can support a British festival ecosystem that is reeling from 90% revenue losses in 2020MPs are to examine how UK music festivals can survive in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic wiped out a majority of festivals this year, resulting in revenues falling by 90%.A new inquiry organised by […]
    Laura Snapes
  • 'We have lost a limb': Azu Nwagbogu, the visionary curator bringing African art home November 10, 2020
    From helping photographers capture the Nigerian protests to exhibiting during a pandemic, the director of LagosPhoto festival has had his work cut out. Now he wants to fight ‘afro-pessimism’ and the posturing around Black Lives MatterWhen I first spoke to Azu Nwagbogu, the recent protests against police brutality in his native Nigeria had just entered […]
    Sean O’Hagan