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Swan Lake

Swan Lake, first performed in the 19th century in Russia, remains a true favourite of ballet companies and audiences alike. We love the beauty of line...
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Kooza

Cirque du Soleil is not for the faint hearted. If you can bear to tear your eyes away from the show you will see the rest of the audience biting their...
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The Nutcracker

Christmas is full of festive traditions and going to see The Nutcracker is one of the highlights. Wayne Eagling’s marvellous production for the Englis...
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God Bless the Child

Walking through the corridor leading into the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, you quickly see that you are not in a theatre at all, but in a school. Colourf...
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An Inspector Calls

Don’t stammer and yammer at me again, man. I’m losing all patience with you people, cries the Inspector during the long and miserably slow second act ...
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The Government Inspector

The Flintlock Theatre’s first production as a company, The Government Inspector, is a feast of entertainment, taking Nikolai Gogol’s controversial pla...
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Handbagged

Even for those of us only born at the end of the 80s, Margaret Thatcher’s political career remains resonant and controversial. Handbagged brings us th...
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Savion Glover – SoLe Sanctuary

Sole Sanctuary truly is an offering of thanks for the art of tap dance. Savion Glover, the ‘saviour’ of tap, creates an altar to the dance form, proud...
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Rambert – Mixed Bill

Sensual energy in a sub terrain cellar, to animal evolution, to a nightmare dystopian micro-society: Rambert presents an electric triple bill at Sadle...