As Rambert retires Christopher Bruce’s Ghost Dances from it’s rep, I’ve written my own personal thank you to one of my favourite pieces of dance. Continue reading Ghost Dances, thank you.
If you’re already a fan of Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures, you are likely to have bought a ticket expecting to love what you see in all his trademark lavish and flamboyant style. But with The Red Shoes, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Unlike some of his other works such as Edward Scizzorhands and The Nutcracker, I didn’t know the story of … Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes Review – Lavish And Full Of Drama
Every so often the Wellcome Collection in London, much like many of the other museums, keeps its doors open slightly later for a special Friday night event. The exhibitions stay open until 11pm to give people a chance to visit after work. There are bars open and specially curated events taking place across the evening based around a specifically chosen theme. On Friday, I visited … Continue reading Friday Night at the Museum