The Snow Queen (Derby)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
“Well, he’s got the children entranced,” said the Duke. “Completely,” agreed the Duchess, to the warm approval of a largely adult first night audience as Hans Christian Anderson’s magical ...
A Christmas Carol (Birmingham Repertory Theatre)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
When talking of the latest spectacular Christmas offering from one of the Midlands best producing houses, it is a far cry to call its stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol '...
Beauty and the Beast (Nottingham Playhouse)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
There is pretty much everything you would want from a panto in Kenneth Alan Taylor’s Beauty and the Beast - except a nasty villain to boo. But that minor criticism aside this year’s ...
The Nutcracker (Birmingham Royal Ballet)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
Birmingham Royal Ballet reaches its 20th anniversary next year, and Sir Peter Hall’s production of the classic tale has been a stable seasonal highlight of the companies’ repertoire for the ...
Cosi Fan Tutte (Tour - Milton Keynes)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
This is a production of exceptional clarity: strong clear vocals, beautifully limpid lighting, and elegant set design make for a supremely lustrous performance of this lyric opera. Dubbed 'the ...
Spring Awakening (OFS Studio, Oxford)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
Walking into the OFS, the foot-high words spelling out “sex” and “masturbation” across the set and the recording of overlaid lines from the play, led me to expect a cross between a Tate ...
Giselle (Tour - Oxford)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
The English National Ballet’s production of Giselle, showing at the New Theatre, from 17th – 21st November is utterly magical, the best ballet I have ever seen. Erina Takahashi dances the ...
Dorian Gray (Tour - Birmingham)
By Editorial Staff · 2 Dec 2009 · Central
Matthew Bourne is famous for his reincarnations of famous literary or theatrical storytelling’s such as Swan Lake, Nutcracker, and Carmen. In his most recent of works, Oscar Wilde’s The Portrai
West Side Story (Oxford)
By Simon Tavener · 19 Nov 2009 · Central
One of the judgements that a reviewer has to make when approaching a student production of classic musical is how far it is appropriate to compare them to their professional counterparts. Student ...
Donovan Battles Kitten in War of the Worlds Arena
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Nov 2009 · West End
Jason Donovan and Atomic Kitten's Liz McClarnon will lead the cast of a new European stadium tour of Jeff Wayne's musical version of HG Wells' sci-fi classic The War of the Worlds, which k

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