Hattie Sambrook

Arts, OldVenue

The Genius of Bourne: Edward Scissorhands Review

Matthew Bourne is a genius. There is no other way to summarise the magnificent performance of Edward Scissorhands, which celebrated its first major revival at the Theatre Royal in Norwich this Tuesday. The ‘New Adventures’ production certainly lived up to the Companies’ critical acclaim, through capturing the spirit of Tim Burton’s eerie fairy-tale and beautifully…

Arts, OldVenue

Review: Minotaur Shorts Festival Opening Night

With everything from Cereal, inebriation, one journey from hell, and a city slicker’s descent into madness – Minotaur Theatre Company’s first night of the Annual Shorts Festival provided a night of variety and entertainment. Kicking off the start of the 2014 Shorts Festival was Hold My Tongue, the first of twelve plays written and directed…

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Review: Northern Ballet’s Cinderella

Romance, magic and amazing spectacle sound like your sort of thing? In which case David Nixon’s spellbinding interpretation of Cinderella will be perfect for you. Set in Imperial Russia, Northern Ballet’s adaptation of this favourite fairy-tale proves to be much more than simply a dance show. With everything from dazzling costumes, inspiring choreography to magic…

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