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Review: Cyrano at Derby Theatre by Northern Broadsides and New Vic Theatre

As classic romantic comedies go, the sublimely witty story of Cyrano De Bergerac is one of the world’s most popular. This splendid adaptation by Deborah McAndrew has its heart in the romance with its rapier sharp humour and thrust in the form of a bawdy, witty and very engaging romp. 728 more words

Drama

CYRANO Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

NOBILITY AND THE NOSE  on tour  

You’ve hardly sat down before there’s a jolly mass drinking-song in pantaloons, leather breastplates and hat-feathers being romped through in front of cod-17c drapes covered in zodiac signs, followed by a magnificent somersaulting dwarf pickpocket emerging from a bustle, a wild chase, a fabulous spread of patisserie and a violent duel with rapiers in a theatre not unlike our own dear Bury. 584 more words

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Gushing about Cyrano on CatholicMatch

Cyrano de Bergerac is one of my favorite pieces of literature, and today I got to write about it. Okay, actually I wrote this piece several months ago, but… 192 more words

Musings

Theatre: Cyrano

Northern Broadsides and the New Vic Theatre’s rendition of Cyrano is nothing to sniff at.

Stepping into the theatre, the set immediately caught my eye. Instead of moving parts, three huge canvases adorned with Latin and celestial diagrams, dropped down from ceiling to floor. 273 more words

Lifestyle

Cyrano

QUAY THEATRE, THE LOWRY

NORTHERN BROADSIDES/ NEW VIC THEATRE

Adaptation of Edmund Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac by Deborah McAndrew

Saturday afternoon in a box right by the stage. 428 more words

Large Theatres

Cyrano

A Northern Broadsides production based on the play by Edmond Rostand, adapted by Deborah McAndrew. It was great fun – a complete theatrical experience with singing and dancing. 45 more words

Theatre

Cyrano at York Theatre Royal

Northern Broadsides and New Vic Theatre to visit York Theatre Royal with a swashbuckling new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac from Tuesday 11 – Saturday 15 April. 344 more words

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