Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Coventry's new Belgrade

In The Guardian, Alfred Hickling reports on the re-opening of Coventry's Belgrade theatre, under the leadership of artistic director Hamish Glen.
He admits that 14 productions in as many months of mostly unfamiliar work is quite a gamble. "The Arts Council heavily advised me against it," he says. "But it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to establish a theatre with a completely new identity. It's like spraying urine - we're staking a claim and marking out our patch."

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