Tag Archives: David Bruce

Plums and turkeys: a musical voyage around 2016

Most people I know cannot wait to see the back of 2016. But in the year in which Brexit, Trump and the Grim Reaper were the big winners, I admit to having had a terrific twelve months. A whirl of … Continue reading

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The value of Nothing: a dark operatic thriller at Glyndebourne

Bruce: Nothing ***** Glyndebourne, 27th February 2016 It’s not uncommon for television adaptations to inspire viewers to pick up the original novel. Across the country, sales of Tolstoy and Dickens are surely up this winter following the BBC serialisation of … Continue reading

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