Going out: Enter the dragon pursued by Egg on a roll

24th January 2003 at 00:00

Tate and Egg live
Egg is an online bank, but the series of events it is sponsoring is anything but virtual. Performances of all kinds, combining music, dance and drama with visual art, will take place in London's Tate Britain and Tate Modern until September.

For example, sculptor Anish Kapoor, composer Arvo Prt and opera director Peter Sellars will invent a work around Kapoor's vast Marsyas sculpture in Tate Modern on February 7 and 8. A spectacular firework dragon will set the series off by zipping along the Thames and up the chimney of Tate Modern at dusk on January 31. Information: www.tateandegglive.com .

Stones in his Pockets special offer
What can theatre do that film can't do better? One answer is provided in Marie Jones's successful, long-running two-hander, Stones in his Pockets (Duke of York's Theatre, London). Big-hearted
Heart'n Soul is an organisation that provides creative opportunities for people with learning disabilities.

RJC Dance
The new piece for four dancers, Soma, is described as "lyrical and atmospheric. the perfect antidote to the impossible pace of modern life" Nureyev remembered
One of the most glamorous dance heroes of the 20th century is remembered in a special exhibition at the Theatre Museum in London from January 28.

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