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Don Giovanni | Opera North

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Reviewed by Michelle Ewen

Scandalously entertaining, Don Giovanni is a five-star romp through the ages which left us both wooed and wowed at The Lowry! 525 more words

The Lowry

Hard Times

Reviewed by Angela Hazeldine

“Now what I want is, Facts. Teach these boys and girls nothing but Facts…”

These are the words of Thomas Gradgrind, the School Board Superintendent (played here by Andrew Price). 287 more words

THE AUDIT (Or Iceland, A Modern Myth)


Written/Directed by Andrew Westerside

Devised/Performed by Rachel Baynton and Gillian Lees

This is the follow up to Proto-type’s last work dissecting contemporary politics. A Machine they’re secretly Building delved into the world of surveillance, whereas The Audit is a razor sharp analysis of the 2008 global financial crisis, viewed as the worst since The Great Depression of 1933. 492 more words

Small Theatres

The Sleeping Beauty: Birmingham Royal Ballet

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of The Sleeping Beauty is a lavish, old school version of the fairytale classic, an unapologetically traditional celebration of both Tchaikovsky’s glorious music and classical ballet choreography. 400 more words


BRB | The Sleeping Beauty

Opening Night Verdict ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Reviewed by Michelle Ewen

It’s a tale that needs no introduction – one that has charmed generations (young and old) ever since the seventeenth century. 531 more words

The Lowry

The biggest wardrobe in ballet: 27 princess tutus, 40 costume rails & 100 wigs

Sir Peter Wright’s dazzling production of The Sleeping Beauty
returns from January to March 2018
The Sleeping Beauty is one of the grandest ballets ever created, with a classical score by Tchaikovsky and original choreography by Marius Petipa. 441 more words