A Christmas Carol – Review

https://youtu.be/gyXVIhSsalI Written by Charles Dickens Adapted by David Morris Directed by Jacqui Morris ★★★★ Conceivably this year, Christmas finds itself closer to its Victorian traditions than before. With the grandeur and event-styled nature limited this year, Christmas looks to be closer to home; intimate, and family-centric. Regardless of how one chooses to spend the festive … Continue reading A Christmas Carol – Review

Celtic Tiger – The Show Must Go On

Directed and Choreography Michael Flatley ★★ With no ill intent, Americans will love this. Which will probably answer any questions for anyone watching Celtic Tiger. Lord of the Dance, the flashiest of toe-tappers and a bonified Irishman performer, Michael Flatley has an exceptionally acute sense of over-the-top style, panache and gusto when it comes to dance for the … Continue reading Celtic Tiger – The Show Must Go On

Screen.Dance – Scotland’s Festival of Dance

Originally set to take place in Edinburgh’s magnificently vibrant arts space Summerhall, Screen.Dance, Scotland’s Festival of Dance on Screen, will shift to an online format – presenting a digital programme from Friday 19th – Saturday 20th June. Drawing together dancers, choreographers, artists, film producers and musicians, the event will showcase work across the nation and … Continue reading Screen.Dance – Scotland’s Festival of Dance

Balletboyz Deluxe – Festival Theatre

Bradley 4:18 Choreography by Maxine Doyle Ripples Choreography by Xie Xin Returning to Edinburgh after a successful run at the Festival Fringe, BalletBoyz performs their current Deluxe tour, which sees two productions back-to-back. Aiming to demonstrate the all-male troupe’s ability, Deluxe introduces audiences to two different shows from considerably esteemed choreographers.  Sacrificing their traditional essence of grace, with an image more … Continue reading Balletboyz Deluxe – Festival Theatre

Rambert – Festival Theatre

Artistic Director: Benoit Swan Pouffer A dancer’s ability stretches beyond the confines of simple movement, as storytellers, a superbly talented dancer is also a crafter of narrative. At times, the lack of a voice has drawbacks, but Rambert (in particular) excels in the extraordinary, the delicate marriage of movement and tale. A trio of performances, which couldn’t … Continue reading Rambert – Festival Theatre