THEATRE They Called Her Vivaldi Theatre Lovett, one of the most imaginative and indispensible companies at work today, begin touring their latest show, an upbeat comedy adventure for young audiences, which follows a fascinating spell of darkening material. Louis Lovett’s work with his company has involved depicting whole worlds in commanding solo performances, or collaborating with wider musical ensembles. Here, he partners with ever-rising star Genevieve Hulme Beaman to play a father and daughter who live in a haberdasher shop. Edward M Haberdasher has crafted a pair of peculiar earmuffs for his daughter, a sensitive musical prodigy. When Cecilia Maria’s musical gift is revealed, she quietly begins making a name for herself in a cacophonous world. ART Anne Wenzel: Night Falls, Day Breaks German-born Anne Wenzel is based in the Netherlands and this is her first solo show in the United Kingdom and Ireland. She is known for ceramic sculptures and installations that are monumental while eschewing the traditional iconography of the heroic monument, not least in opting for a malleable, flexible, fragile material – clay – rather than stone or bronze. Rather than reinforcing the certainties of nationalist architecture and sculpture, she aims to open up the sculptural language to current, communal challenges.