Reviews

  1. Aurélien Bory/Hammich family in Taoub at Queen Elizabeth Hall

    Press Review Ismene Brown, Telegraph, Wednesday 26 April 2006Performance

    ‘The charm of this show is that it brings that atmosphere of casual bravura into the theatre, adding more sophisticated effects with material and lighting that enhance the group’s fine skills without detracting from the ageless innocence of the tradition.’ 

  2. Michael Flatley in Celtic Tiger at Wembley arena & touring

    Press Review Sanjoy Roy, Guardian, Wednesday 26 April 2006Performance 18 April

    ‘Is this some mutant hybrid of Riverdance, the Wizard of Oz and Rocky Horror? Yes, it really is – only not in a good way.’  

  3. Michael Flatley in Celtic Tiger at Wembley arena & touring

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Wednesday 26 April 2006Performance 18 April

    ‘It starts out like Gladiator crossed with Liberace and ends, a couple of hours later, with multiple encores of Yankee Doodle Dandy.’  

  4. Ballets Russes in Documentary film at Selected cinemas

    Press Review Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Friday 21 April 2006Performance

    “And, of course, there are the film clips of the Ballets Russes companies in performance. I became damp-eyed as beloved artists were suddenly there as I remembered them.” 

  5. Review: Ballets Russes in Documentary film at Selected cinemas

    Marion Jones, Wednesday 19 April 2006 — Performance:

    ‘It’s like a curtain opening and I can see it happening.’ Dame Alicia Markova’s magical words, plus flickering black-and-white film of her taking a long-long-ago curtain call, open a cur… Continue Reading

  6. Royal Ballet in Giselle at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Zoë Anderson , Independent, Tuesday 18 April 2006Performance 15-29 April

    “[Darcey] Bussell’s village girl is immediately real, with a freshness that lifts the ponderous naturalism of Peter Wright’s production. “ 

  7. Jean Abreu in Mixed Bill at The Place

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Tuesday 18 April 2006Performance April 2006

    “Jean Abreu is one of those choreographers whose vocabulary seems hewn directly out of their own bodies.”  

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