November 27, 2019

A glass-cum-concrete cuboid of double-height interiors and wooden accents, the home of Rambert and its youth ensemble, Rambert2, is hardly out of place amongst its materially similar neighbours (the National Theatre, for one) in London’s SE1. The building, we are told....

March 27, 2019

Shakespeare’s archetypal tragic coupling is once again brought to British shores, historically first claimed in its balletic form by Soviet Russia before being revitalised in the name of patriotism by the supremely iconic Kenneth MacMillan in the 1960s. His distinctive...

February 20, 2019

Dubbed the ballet's Carmen by dance historian Tim Scholl, Carlos Acosta’s production of Don Quixote executes Spanish flair with similar aplomb. This is an adaptation of an adapation of yet another adaptation, all of which can be traced back to arguably Spain’s greatest...

November 6, 2018

La Fille Mal Gardée is but a simple, comic tale of boy-meets-girl, yet undeniably one of Frederick Ashton’s finest. Ideationally set in the 18th century French countryside, the late choreographer’s sunny three-act piece introduces us to the vivacious Lise, her admitted...

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