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.
THEATRE REVIEW | Play Without Words
If you’re anything like me then the ballet isn’t something you’ve considered as being your thing and contemporary dance conjures up images of incomprehensible manoeuvres performed with ridiculous seriousness. I always thought dance seemed a bit absurd and inaccessible. I saw a production of Matthew Bourne’s brilliant “Edward Scissorhands” in Nottingham a few years back […]