Reviews for The Canterville Ghost

  1. English National Ballet in The Canterville Ghost at Sadler's Wells

    Graham Watts, Monday 12 March 2007 — Performance: 9 Mar 07

    There is nothing that can compensate for the rudimentary adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s short story which condemns Will Tuckett’s The Canterville Ghost to disappointing superficiality_._ The wit of the … Continue Reading

  2. English National Ballet in The Canterville Ghost at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Gerald Dowler, Financial Times, Friday 23 March 2007Performance 9 Mar 07

    ‘Pointe shoes and a few pirouettes do not a classical ballet make, and Will Tuckett’s The Canterville Ghost, created for English National Ballet and performed during a brief sojourn at Sadler’s Wells, is most certainly no ballet.’ 

  3. English National Ballet in The Canterville Ghost at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 19 March 2007Performance 9 Mar 07

    ‘Canterville’s not a profound work, to say the least, and the big production number is more fairground ghost train than Victorian danse macabre, but ENB give it their all, with Ivan Dinev a likeable ghost and Juan Rodriguez a silly-ass Cecil in the mould of A… 

  4. English National Ballet in The Canterville Ghost at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Gerald Dowler, Financial Times, Tuesday 13 March 2007Performance 9 Mar 07

    ‘It would pass the time during a wet weekday afternoon at the seaside, but it is not worthy of a classical dance ensemble.’  

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