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All Online Reviews

Online Reviews Editor: Emrys Jones

Specialist Online Reviews Editors: Allison Goudie, Fine Art; Tullia Giersberg, Music; Daniel Cook, Media; James Harriman-Smith, Theatre

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Capturing the Castle: Watercolours of Windsor by Paul and Thomas Sandby

Windsor Castle
April 2014
Caroline Cannon-Brookes
A chance for twenty-first-century visitors to see Windsor Castle through eighteenth-century eyes.

The Rover

Theatre Erindale, Toronto, Canada
April 2014
Morgan Vanek, University of Toronto
A new look at the love triangles of Behn's comedy.

Tiepolo, Guardi, and Their World: Eighteenth-Century Venetian Drawings

The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
April 2014
Lucy Gellman, Florence B. Selden Fellow, Yale University Art Gallery
The spirit of eighteenth-century Venetian draughtsmanship captured in a charming exhibition.

Niccolò Jommelli: La Didone at the London Handel Festival

Grosvenor Chapel, London
April 2014
Lynton Boshoff, The Queen's College, Oxford
Ensemble Serse and an all-male cast bring variety and drama to the uncut version of La Didone.

Dominik Moll's 'Le Moine'

April 2014
Catherine Gadsby-Mace, The University of Sheffield
Dominik Moll adapts 'The Monk', by Matthew Lewis

William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain

Victoria and Albert Museum, London
March 2014
Dr Peter N. Lindfield, School of Art History, University of St Andrews
The final flourish on an ambitious scholarly undertaking into this towering figure of British design.

Emma Hamilton Dancing

Lewis Walpole Library, Farmington, CT
March 2014
Andrea Bell, Kress Pre-Doctoral Fellow, The Drawing Institute, The Morgan Library
Emma Hamilton proves to be an eminently fitting figure through which to explore the paradoxes surrounding eighteenth-century dance.

Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath and Beyond

The Holburne Museum, Bath
March 2014
Caroline Cannon-Brookes
Joseph Wright of Derby revisits Bath and an overlooked episode in his career.

The Lottery by Henry Fielding

Bury Court Opera, Farnham
March 2014
Dr Hannah Crawforth, King's College London
Bury Court Opera and L'Avventura London restore Henry Fielding's satirical ballad opera to its full glory.

ETO: The Magic Flute

Hackney Empire, London
March 2014
Hannah Templeton, King's College London
This revival of Liam Steel's 2009 production scores highly with a delighted audience.



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