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Review: Henry IV Part II at Norwich Theatre Royal

The performance tonight is best summarised through a description of notable performances. Antony Sher’s presentation of Falstaff maintained its solid brilliance, as did – though to a lesser extent, given the character’s development and maturity in Part Two of Henry IV – Alex Hassell’s Prince Hal/Henry V. This core was augmented by other roles, especially…

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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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Northern Ballet’s Cinderella: Dancers in the Spotlight

Cinderella is the Northern Ballet’s newest production to be gracing the Norwich Theatre Royal stage from 7th to 11th October this year.Full of the magic that makes Cinderellaan everlasting fairy tale, the Northern Ballet’s performance is a dazzling production under the direction of David Nixon. But behind the beautiful scenes created by set designer Duncan…

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On Stage: To Kill a Mockingbird Review

This iconic tale, written in the 1960s as a direct translation of the racial tensions running through Southern America in the 1930s, is one most of us have encountered – or will – at some stage in the course of our lives. It is a tale that resonates for numerous reasons, one being for its…

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