|Booking From:||Friday, 23rd December 2016|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 29th January 2017|
|Age Restriction:||No Under 5's|
Sadly I agree with most of Martins reflections.Bone up hard on the story for full appreciation, I sat back and waited for it all to unfold, and was lost before the interval.
Brilliiant choreography,superb dance, lots of typical Bourne humour, camp and riske to boot, but I've got to say quite a lot of the tale went over my head.
Used to 5 star stuff from Matthew--disappointingly not on this occasion
As usual Sir Matthew's genius and whimsy were apparent and it goes without saying that all elements of the production were of the highest quality as were the dancers.
This is a ballet which needs seeing multiple times; there is so much content and detail coming at the audience in a constant stream that it is well nigh impossible to absorb it all in one go. I was exhausted by the end!
I won't spoil the surprises that Sir Matt has in store for you but look out for a hilarious Wilson and Keppel.
I thought it was brilliantly artistic. Loved the black and white sequences they were so evocative of the film noire. The sand dance was a brilliant innovation to bring a bit of light relive to this dark ballet.
To be honest I was a little disappointed. I am a monster fan of Matthew Bourne. He is innovative and he is a wonderful bringer of surprises but this time I felt that there were several parts of the ballet which seemed to have a slight relevance to the story. The Egyptian sand dance and the beach sequence... Why?
The dancing was super and how the dancers maintained their strength throughout the performance was simply stunning and the female lead was quite exceptional. Disappointed only because he has set such a high standard that any less than perfection Is a disappointment.
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