The Corrs (right), with their cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" bouncing around the top 10, have announced a British tour in December. Their platinum- selling album, Talk On Corners, features "flighty Celtic roots" and "love, life, tragedy, hope, dreams, fantasy," says Andrea Corr. They visit Nottingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and there are a few tickets remaining for Birmingham, Brighton and Bournemouth.
Tickets pounds 15-16.50, available from venue box offices and usual agencies or by calling Ticket zone: 0990 321 321
The Olivier Award-nominated production of Othello ends its run at the Lyttelton Theatre this weekend. Set in the Thirties, director Sam Mendes puts David Harewood, the first black actor at the National to play Othello, in a dinner jacket and gives Venice a mildly fascist air. Simon Russell Beale is Iago, Claire Skinner is sweet Desdemona and Antony Ward designed the austere set (indebted to Trevor Nunn's famous Edwardian production of the play).
National Theatre, Lyttelton, South Bank, London SE1 (0171-452 3000) 12 Jun at 7pm and 13 Jun at 1.30 and 7pmReuse content