This performance is entertaining and delightful from the first instance of walking through the door, long before the music starts. From the food and rendezvous setting to the music and melodrama Orpheus is far from a tragic evening.
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Wind, much like life, can be unpredictable, uncontrollable and powerfully beautiful. Per Te has captured this perfectly with their use of wind as it's main prop.
It was an ingenious idea of the director, Stephen Barlow, and the conductor, Nicholas Cleobury, to combine in one program these two pieces, one by Debussy and the other by his contemporary Ravel.
Curuenavuli’s Queen Bey-like command of the stage has hearts racing from the start. But she is equally compelling when switching to her softer, more vulnerable side.
A tongue-in-cheek gothic fantasy and a laughter spinning, giggle-fest and chuckle coaxer if ever there was one.
Choreographer Wayne McGregor’s vision to create a ballet inspired by Virginia Woolf’s three novels Mrs Dalloway, Orlando and The Waves was daring enough.
The Winter’s Tale has been described as a ‘problem play’ but Wheeldon and his team have created an absolutely delightful interpretation.
Ancient Rain is a revelation of revolution and creates a vehicle for this brotherhood of musicians to bring poetry and the written word to a contemporary audience.
The night progressed, Amy showcasing her many talents, singing and playing the violin, and then...