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The Wind In The Willows – Vaudeville Theatre, London

Composer: Martin Ward Writer: Andrew Motion - based on the book by Kenneth Grahame Director and Choreographer: Will Tuckett Musical Director: Andy Massey Reviewer: Michael Gray   The Royal Opera House's delightful seasonal dance show, long a favourite in their Linbury Studio, dipped its toes into West End waters last year at the Duchess, and now moves round the corner ...

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Dog’s Don’t Do Ballet – Little Angel Theatre, London

Writer: Anna Kemp Adaptor: David Duffy &Andrea Sadler Reviewer: Vicki Taylor [Rating:4] Dogs Don’t Do Ballet is the delightful story of little Anna and her pirouetting dog, Biff, brought to life through puppetry. Even though the pair loves to dance, Biff is never allowed to join in with Anna’s ballet classes because, as we are reminded throughout, ‘dogs don’t do ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 minutes with… Duncan Rock

The Rape of Lucretia - Duncan Rock

2013 marks the 45th annual Glyndebourne Tour, with its continuing aim to bring world-class opera to a wider audience and to create performing opportunities for young artists. In addition to revival productions of Hansel und Gretel and L’elisir d’amore the tour also includes Fiona Shaw’s new production of Benjamin Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia, an opera that hasn’t been produced ...

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