Curious and questioning: Jasmin Vardimon on her new ALiCE
August 10, 2022
Curtain Up! takes younger readers behind-the-scenes at the Royal Opera House
August 8, 2022
South Pacific: enchanting and hugely entertaining but with a message
August 5, 2022
Rooted in tradition but a Coppélia of today
August 2, 2022
A glimpse into a very bright future: John Cranko School ‘Ballet Matinee’
July 24, 2022
A conversation with Jasmin Vardimon about her new production, ALiCE, and a look at her company’s fabulous new creative hub in Ashford, Kent.
Curtain Up! packs a lot into its 40 pages… a super insight for young people (and possibly their grown-ups) into the world of ballet and opera.
The music is gorgeous, the set is fabulous, there’s romance and real, fully-fleshed out characters everywhere you look
Christopher Hampson talks about Scottish Ballet’s new Coppélia by Jess and Morgs that premieres at the Edinburgh International Festival
A fine programme that reflected well the dancers’ classical training, and the School and Stuttgart Ballet heritage
Shobana Jeyasingh’s Clorinda Agonistes is a dramatic tale that weaves dance successfully with opera, live music and design