WildKat PR welcomes Neon Dance

Friday 6th September '19

WildKat PR welcomes Neon DanceNeon Dance is an internationally renowned dance company that embraces a diverse and digital population. It is also a place where artists, partners and people can engage in experiences that are …

Immerse yourself in culture with Ensemble Perpetuo

Monday 16th March '15

WildKat PR are delighted to be working with Ensemble Perpetuo on their production Cityscapes: an immersive cultural experience in London.Ensemble Perpetuo is an exciting, new collective that is made up of top UK musicians and …

WildKat PR welcome back Silent Opera with their production ‘Giovanni’

Thursday 18th December '14

WildKat PR is thrilled to be working on our third production with Silent Opera - their production of Giovanni.Silent Opera are a young, innovative opera company creating immersive, original and technologically challenging work in the …

Fourth Monkey Theatre Company return to Trinity Buoy Wharf

Friday 28th March '14

Trinity Buoy Wharf is pleased to announce the return of Fourth Monkey Theatre Company for a second year, who will perform three site-specific productions from 9th April to 3rd May 2014.Based in London, multi-award nominated …

14th January: Commons committee investigate Arts Council England, Canadian violinist faces a $120K fine for failing to declare his violin at customs & BitterSuite – a synaesthetic concert project

Tuesday 14th January '14

Classical Music MagazineUlster Orchestra appoints Rafael Payare as next chief conductorVenezuelan conductor Rafael Payare has been announced as the next chief conductor of the Ulster Orchestra. He will take over from JoAnn Falletta from the …

18th November: Wireless Opera, minority receive good music education, and Queen composer promotes classical music study

Monday 18th November '13

Variety‘Invisible Cities’ Opera Gets Immersive With Wireless TechnologyIt’s billed as the future of opera, live performance, technology and art, at least according to German audio company Sennheiser. But to judge from “Invisible Cities,” the new opera …