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The Sleeping Beauty at the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham Review

Reviewed by Nigel Chester The concert hall itself is a large modern theatre, with huge seats and leg room to match. The staff were helpful...

Moscow City Ballet – The Sleeping Beauty at the Lyceum Theatre Sheffield Review

Reviewed by Nigel Chester We were lucky enough, once again to enjoy an evening out at Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre, whose central location, excellent public transport...

Scottish Ballet Cinderella at the Festival Theatre Edinburgh Review

Reviewed by Emily Crombie Scottish Ballet’s production of Cinderella opened at the Festival Theatre last night (8 December 2018) as it starts its winter tour...

Northern Ballet’s The Nutcracker at the New Victoria Theatre Woking Review

Reviewed by Joanne Hughes The perfect first ballet for my eight-year-old son, especially at this magical time of year, the beautifully choreographed Nutcracker ballet, by...

Glyndebourne’s La Traviata at Milton Keynes Theatre Review

Reviewed by Jayne and Alex Wiggins I have to admit that when we were given the opportunity to review an opera, we were opera virgins!...

Welsh National Opera: War and Peace at the Mayflower Theatre Southampton Review

Reviewed by Jane Warwick The Welsh National Opera provided yet another excellent evening’s entertainment to an appreciative audience in Southampton’s recently refurbished Mayflower Theatre on...

The Nutcracker at the Birmingham Hippodrome Review

Reviewed by Cate Norris It’s that time of year again. The arrival of The Nutcracker at the Birmingham Hippodrome is up there with my favourite...

Welsh National Opera: La Cenerentola at the Mayflower Theatre Southampton Review

Reviewed by Jane Warwick The Welsh National Opera provided another excellent evening’s entertainment to an appreciative audience in Southampton’s recently refurbished theatre on Thursday. The story...

Welsh National Opera La Traviata at the Mayflower Theatre Southampton Review

Reviewed by Jane Warwick The translation of La traviata is “Fallen Woman”. This is a love story set in the 19th Century between Violetta a courtesan...

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...

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