Adrian Mourby

Adrian Mourby is an award-winning writer and producer. He is also an international correspondent for Opera Now magazine and a regular contributor to The Independent on Sunday's travel section.

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Arts: Waving, not drowning

OPERA: WRITING TO VERMEER; MUZIEKTHEATR, AMSTERDAM

Classical: Putting the case for the defence

Though it opened to a critical onslaught in 1997, Pierre Audi's Ring cycle in Amsterdam is now complete.

You don't have to be mad to be Belgian - but it helps

In the rather unassuming town of Liege there is a curious little island that calls itself a republic. Adrian Mourby reports

Travel: All dressed up for the party on ice

Adrian Mourby joins the Quebecois as they skate, toboggan, sculpt frozen statues, go to a Venetian ball and climb a make-believe Everest

A deadline + a blank screen = a packet of Digestives

Adrian Mourby has been discovering why fiction makes him fat

Space movies: the next generation

'2001' made space travel look effortless and simple. With 'Alien' it became dirty and beset by bad industrial relations. Now 'Apollo 13' has added something new: disaster.

Forget the thrills, just laze about

Hyperactive holidays are the rage, but kids may prefer indolence, says Adrian Mourby
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‘I’ve gained so much from art. It’s only right to give something back’.
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