One of our online editors visited West Yorkshire Playhouse this week to see Northern Ballet’s sensational production of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. As I sat in anticipation in the audience of West Yorkshire […]
What is it about a dance performance that makes it an inaccessible, unpopular activity for students? I don’t think there’s any doubt that going to the ballet, for example, holds definite connotations of an activity […]
Image: Bill Cooper Northern Ballet have revived their 2011 production of Cleopatra for what their Artistic Director, David Nixon, calls ‘a fresh look’. Cleopatra sees the second collaboration by David Nixon and composer Claud-Michel Schonberg […]
The Secret Agent @ West Yorkshire Playhouse, September 24–28. From £12. After a hiatus of five years, Theatre O return to the stage in partnership with the Young Vic. Together they adapt Joseph Conrad’s timeless […]
3/5 stars April 11 Joss Arnott Dance Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre, Northern Ballet The Dark Angel Tour, created and choreographed by Joss Arnott, promises a triple bill of dance exploring the human body […]
Whether you just want to give a nod to the era with a jewelled-headpiece, or go all out with a knock-your-socks-off, shimmy-shake ensemble, here are a few ‘20s ideas to try at the ballet or the ball.
April 14, 15, 16 Devonshire Hall Drama Society presents FAME, the internationally bestselling musical featured for many years on both Broadway and The West End. FAME traces the steps of a group of students going […]