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REVIEW | Jane Eyre | Northern Ballet

Known for their powerful narrative performances, Northern Ballet have produced a gripping and sublimely choreographed production of Jane Eyre. In commemoration of 200 years since Charlotte Bronte’s birth, Northern Ballet have taken the iconic novel about love, independence and feminism and portrayed this excellently through ballet. Heightening the potency of the movement is the lighting,…

REVIEW | Beyond Caring |UK Tour

Beyond Caring explores dark humour in an intimate play about four people that work the night shift in a meat factory. Using innovative surroundings, the play takes place on the stage of the Birmingham Rep. With the audience positioned in thrust, the stage has been transformed into an industrial space that allows the audience to…

REVIEW | Shadowlands | UK Tour

Shadowlands is the story of the iconic author CS Lewis’ life and his relationship with his wife Joy, who fought a treacherous battle with cancer. C.S Lewis is an author and teacher at Oxford University during the 1950s. Joy, an American fan of his work flys over from New York to have tea with Lewis….

REVIEW | Cats | UK & European Tour

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats is brought to the stage in this slick, animated and electric production based on the words from TS Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book Of Practical Cats. Whilst there is no straight storyline, the musical consists of a group of cats that have gathered in an old scrapyard at the Jellicle Ball to…

REVIEW | King Lear | Royal Exchange Theatre & Talawa Theatre Company & Birmingham Repertory Theatre

In commemoration of 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, Royal Exchange Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre present King Lear. The tragic story of ancient Britain in which King Lear decides to give up his crown and divide his power between his three daughters. Don Warrington, known for his role in Death…