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Theatre director Adrian Noble working with Kate

Adrian NobleIn a piece about David Suchet’s upcoming West End role in The Importance of Being Earnest, journalist Baz Bamigboye spoke to theatre director Adrian Noble. It is mentioned that Noble is “helping Kate Bush to prepare for her upcoming concerts.” Read it here.

Adrian Noble was the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the Royal Shakespeare Company from 1990 to 2003. In addition to his theatre work, Adrian has also directed several successful London West End musicals including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Secret Garden.

His most recent opera productions include Cosi Fan Tutte, Le Nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni for Opera de Lyon, Macbeth at the Metropolitan Opera, Carmen for the Opera Comique, Alcina at the Vienna State Opera, Xerxes for the Theater an der Wien and Simon Boccanegra for Rome Opera.

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13 Comments

  1. MirrorGirl

    The link is incorrect. It leads to an article about Andrew Garfield and Spiderman!

  2. Rod

    He’s done some great things, but I thought his direction of The Tempest, in particular, was excellent.

  3. Colin

    Oh wow! This is MOST promising!

    With this kind of classical talent, it’s bound to be an amazingly theatrical performance!

    Tender hooks!!!

  4. Keith

    Spectacle! The work on operas…says a lot 🙂

  5. Jeni

    I honestly wouldn’t care if she just sat at the piano and sang. I am so excited to see her.

    • bry

      amen to that,

    • o.

      Kate Bush is one of the most gifted composers of our time. Her music does not need embellishments.

      • KiltedGreen

        That’s true – but it makes it even better otherwise Kate wouldn’t be doing it. Not only will there be stunning music but it will be theatrical AND stunning. 🙂

  6. neil

    Colin….its tenterhooks by the way

  7. http://eatdrinkwatchlisten.com/2014/04/16/what-kate-did/

    I have tickets for her first night. Six rows from the front. So chuffed. I saw her at Sunderland first time around. Love her.

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