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Friday, November 30, 2018

BWW Review: SWAN LAKE, Bristol Hippodrome by Leah Tozer

From folk tales to fairy tales to festive nutcrackers, Tchaikovsky's trio of 19th-century compositions, originally choreographed by Petipa and Ivanov for the Imperial Russian company, are th…

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Sunday, October 28, 2018

BWW Review: LA CENERENTOLA, Bristol Hippodrome by Leah Tozer

The music is magical, with all its coloratura, patter, and character from the principals, male chorus, and orchestra magnificently managed by Toma Hanus, but there's still some magic amiss i…

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Saturday, October 20, 2018

BWW Review: TWELFTH NIGHT, Bristol Old Vic by Leah Tozer

'If music be the food of love, play on' and play Wils Wilson does with Shakespeare's chaotic, sharp-witted comedy.While wonderfully entertaining, and a comical, musical, and colourful deligh…

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

BWW Review: HENRY V, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol by Leah Tozer

Like the English at Agincourt, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory aren't unshaken, but they are victorious. Elizabeth Freestone's direction is austere, with the action playing out in a darkl…

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

BWW Review: BIRDSONG, Bristol Old Vic by Leah Tozer

Birdsong, based on the book by Sebastian Faulks, is a brutal and beautiful observation of war and remembrance, with this new revival touring in time for the Armistice centenary this November.

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Thursday, July 5, 2018

BWW Review: LA FILLE MAL GARDEE, Bristol Hippodrome by Leah Tozer

Balancing Ashton's charming choreography with bright characterisation and breezy ballon, Birmingham Royal Ballet are absolutely beaming in this most charming of ballets.

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Thursday, June 14, 2018

BWW Review: THREE SISTERS, Tobacco Factory Theatres by Leah Tozer

RashDash's Three Sisters, after Chekhov is thrillingly irreverent to rules, to theatrical form, and even to reviews, but it's their irreverence that's so deserving of reverence.

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Thursday, March 22, 2018

BWW Review: AGNES COLANDER, Theatre Royal Bath by Leah Tozer

'Only by forgetting all we've ever learned can we learn to live at all' wise words from a work that was, itself, forgotten.

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