Showcasing some of the most exciting artists working in performance today.
Stephen Fry narrates a new musical romance set during the pandemic.
Put on your pointe shoes for some all-star ballet favourites from Covent Garden.
Danielle de Niese presents Mozart’s choral masterpiece, performed by the ENO.
A recording of a stage performance of Matthew Bourne’s adaptation of the legendary film.
The legendary vampire lives on in this ballet adaptation of Bram Stoker’s gothic romance.
Handel’s masterpiece, performed by the English National Opera for audiences at home.
Anton Chekhov’s tender exploration of human frailty, filmed during 2020's lockdown.
A new production of Shakespeare’s play, staged for the screen by the RSC.
A Journey to the Heart of Independent Venues and Their Communities with Philip Selway
Lennie James, Saoirse-Monica Jackson and others in dramas recorded in lockdown.
A glittering winter fairy tale from Scottish Ballet to celebrate the festive season.
Sophie Fiennes collaborates with choreographer Lucy Bennett on the film Artificial Things.
Angela Carter’s delightfully dark final novel, captured for the stage by Emma Rice.
Mike Bartlett’s Albion is a tragicomic drama about family, passion and national identity.
Christopher Eccleston and Niamh Cusack star in Shakespeare's dark psychological thriller.
The story of families placed in temporary accommodation in the run-up to Christmas.
Performance artist Bryony Kimmings writes and directs an operetta inspired by single mums.
Highlights of the the Royal Opera House’s first emotional performances after lockdown.
Iqbal Khan’s groundbreaking RSC production, the first to cast a black actor as Iago.
Shakespeare's late great masterpiece recorded at Shakespeare's Globe in 2013.
Lynne Marsh turns her camera backstage as a fascinating parallel narrative unfolds.
Expect the unexpected - a surreal theatrical adventure through an old town hall at night.
Erica Whyman directs the RSC production of Shakespeare’s most famous story.
A macabre comedy dance film, asking how far will we go in the name of entertainment.