Tag: The latest Three Star Play Review

  • Theatre Review | Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake – Sheffield Theatres

    Theatre Review | Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake – Sheffield Theatres

    From the opening scenes to the terrifying and tearful finale, this show has everything to recommend it including humour, style, spectacle, originality and genuine emotion

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella

    Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella is a phenomenal breath-taking production which is absolutely sublime on every level.

  • Theatre Review | Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty – Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

    ★★★★★ Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty | In a reworking of the classic fairy tale, Princess Aurora is cursed by the dark fairy, Carabosse, to die after pricking her finger on a rose on her 21st birthday. But after Carabosse dies in exile, her son Caradoc vows to avenge his mother and fulfil her curse. But things […]

  • THEATRE: Le Corsaire English National Ballet

    BALLET ‘Le Corsaire’ by English National Ballet@The London Coliseum, St.Martin’s Lane to 24th January. 5 Stars! Flesh made Furiously Fluent! ★★★★★

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Matthew Bourne: The Car Man

    ★★★★★ | Matthew Bourne: The Car Man Set amongst the Italian-American community in a small town in 1960’s America, Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man reimagines Bizet’s most popular Opera, Carmen, in a more contemporary setting. Luca (Tim Hodges) is a drifter, whose charisma immediately draws the attention of Lana (Zizi Strallen), the wife of Dino, […]

  • REVIEW | La Soiree, Southbank, London

    ★★★★★ | La Soiree, Southbank, London A Treat For Cabaret, Circus or Burlesque Roll up, roll up – the circus is back in town! Last seen in London in 2011, multi award-winning cult hit La Soirée returns to the capital celebrating a triumphant world tour and the 10-year anniversary of the troupe’s first show. The […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | DV8: JOHN, The Lyttleton Theatre

    ★★★★★ | DV8: JOHN, The Lyttleton Theatre Lloyd Newson’s DV8 Physical Theatre Company have been presenting innovative dance pieces for the best part of three decades and have won a plethora of awards. I wouldn’t be in the least bit surprised if their latest piece, John, now playing at the Lyttleton Theatre were to bring […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | The Great Gatsby – Northern Ballet

    ★★★★★ | The Great Gatsby – Northern Ballet In 1922, Nick Caraway moves to Long Island, hoping to take advantage of the economic upturn. He buys a house near to his cousin, Daisy, who is trapped in an unhappy marriage to Tom Buchannan as a result of Tom’s infidelity and quick temper. Entering into the […]

  • REVIEW | Limbo, London Wonderground

    ★★★★★ | Limbo, London Wonderground Witness heart-stopping illusions, mind-bending manoeuvres, breath taking dance moves and thrilling live music from a coterie of highly skilled international performers. A summer celebration of otherworldly proportions: welcome to the greatest party ever between heaven and hell. If you’re expecting light circus tricks with cheesy grins and fluffy plinky-plonky music […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, UK Tour

    ★★★★★ | Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, UK Tour Matthew Bourne’s critically acclaimed production of Swan Lake is welcomed back to the stage on this national tour. Based on the traditional ballet, Bourne provides an updated and contemporary vision of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece. The piece follows a young prince who is bored with his life of public […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty

    With his new ballet, Matthew Bourne completes his trilogy of great Tchaikovsky ballets, which started with The Nutcracker back in 1992.