‘Superstructures: The New Architecture 1960-90’ promises to “shine a light” on the architectural developments seen at the cusp of the twentieth century, and link these designs to their Victorian predecessors. Utilitarianism is at the crux of the works on display;...
In the jungle, the mighty jungle, Jessica Swale (writer) tells an energetic remastering of Rudyard Kipling’s story. It’s fresh and it’s new and it leaves Disney in the dust, even rejecting to make use of the soundtrack we all...
Birmingham Express and Star have called it “the greatest show on Earth.” Only five minutes into Cirque Berserk and I had to agree. The performance begun with the Timbuktu Tumblers and their acrobatic art. Their display of pyramids and...
The music begins and the curtains are lifted, revealing handsome and powerful dancer, Georgy Bolsunovsky. Playing the role of the Prince, his movement conveyed strength and royalty in a single step. This immediately set an extremely high standard for...
When Sergei Prokofiev set out to compose Romeo and Juliet he did so positively. Having been absent from Russia since 1918, he saw the opportunity to return and compose any ballet or opera that he wished as a triumphant...
The music begins and the curtains are lifted, revealing handsome and powerful dancer, Georgy Bolsunovsky. Playing the role of the Prince, his movement conveyed strength and royalty in a single step. This immediately set an extremely high standard for...