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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Northern Ballet’s The Little Mermaid at the Theatre Royal Nottingham Review

Reviewed by Nigel Chester The last time I saw ballet, I was nine years old and on a school trip, so it was with only...

The Nutcracker at the Cliffs Pavilion Southend Review

The Nutcracker Cliffs Pavilion, Southend 29 January 2017 www.southendtheatres.org.uk Reviewed by Claire Turner We spent a lovely evening watching The Nutcracker performed by the Russian State Ballet of Siberia...

Scottish Ballet Romeo and Juliet Review

Scottish Ballet Romeo and Juliet King’s Theatre, Glasgow 19-26 April 2014 www.scottishballet.co.uk Reviewed by Michelle Macpherson My sister and I visited The King’s Theatre in Glasgow to see the Scottish...

Rambert featuring Rooster Review

Rambert featuring Rooster New Victoria Theatre, Woking 6-8 February 2014 www.rambert.org.uk Review by Christine Charlesworth On Thursday 6February I went to see ballet Rambert perform at the New Victoria...

Tales of Offenbach at The Lowry Manchester Review

Tales of Offenbach The Lowry, Manchester 1-2 February 2017 www.thelowry.com Reviewed by Ann Durrell After having the pleasure of watching Opera Della Luna’s productions of The Gondoliers and Orpheus...

Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake at The Lowry Manchester Review

Reviewed by Jan Mellor Oh, I was so excited! I had seen Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella earlier this year and I thought it was the most...

Northern Ballet’s The Three Musketeers at the Lyceum Theatre Sheffield Review

Reviewed by Jenny Seymour I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, what a privilege to watch the Northern Ballet at this beautiful theatre....

English National Ballet Coppelia at the New Theatre Oxford Review

Coppelia English National Ballet New Theatre, Oxford 28 October to 1 November 2014 www.atgtickets.com/oxford Reviewed by Helen Jiggins Confession time… I have four sons and just one daughter. I may...

The Mikado at The Lowry Manchester Review

Reviewed by Ann Durrell After watching Sasha Regan’s production of HMS Pinafore, I was very excited to see her all male performance of The Mikado...

Song Of The Earth / La Sylphide at Milton Keynes Theatre Review

Reviewed by Gina Lilley Milton Keynes Theatre is a modern, wide and easy auditorium to sit in. Great visuals from most seats, there are few...

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