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The Three Musketeers – Northcott Theatre, Exeter

Writer: John Nicholson and La Navet Bete Music: Peter Coyle Director: John Nicholson Reviewer: Charlotte Robson The four-man company of La Navet Bete returns to the adventures of their childhood, in their heroic roles as – and in – The Three Musketeers. And as they don their homemade costumes, assign parts and fling stuffed mallards about with abandon, they invite ...

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The Three Musketeers – Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Director & Choreographer: David Nixon OBE Scenario: David Drew MBE Music: Sir Malcolm Arnold Reviewer: Beverley Haigh The Three Musketeers is the latest storytelling ballet in Northern Ballet’s repertoire. Having recently deviated from this winning formula to bring a successful contemporary Mixed Programme, they are now back to doing what they are renowned for and do so well. Originally conceived ...

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The Three Musketeers – St Paul’s Church, London

Writer: Daniel Winder Director: Paul-Ryan Carberry Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Alexandre Dumas’ historical fiction set in the court of Louis XIII has been a fertile one for adaptation ever since it was first published. There is something about the fellowship of its central quartet of characters – the titular trio of Porthos, Athos and Aramis, plus the ingenue country boy D’Artagnan ...

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The Three Musketeers – Williamson Park, Lancaster

Writer: Hattie Naylor Director: Sarah Punshon Reviewer: May Mellstrom The sun will certainly be shining on Williamson Park this summer; not only is it the perfect place to enjoy the rare heatwave but The Dukes' production of The Three Musketeers burns almost as brightly in what must surely be their most joyful park show yet.   Playwright Hattie Naylor adapts ...

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The Three Musketeers – The Atrix Theatre, Bromsgove

Music &Lyrics: Rob Castell and Tom Sadler Book: Tom Sadler Director: Sarah Tipple Reviewer: Catherine Lewis [rating: 2.5] Rob Castell, Tom Sadler and Sarah Tipple come together to create a comedy adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ 17th century classic, The Three Musketeers: Aramis (Pete Sorel-Cameron), Porthos (Harry Stone) and Athos (Russell Walker) are on a mission to save King Louis of ...

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The Three Musketeers – The Salberg, Salisbury Playhouse, Salisbury

Writer: Tom Sadler Music: Rob Castell Director: Sarah Tipple Reviewer: Naomi Stevens [Rating:3.5]   “All for fun and fun for all!” It would be fair to say that most people know what opera is. Most even know what ‘Barber Shop’ singing is. There is also a strong likelihood that people will have some idea of who The Three Musketeers are. ...

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The Three Musketeers – Rosemary Branch Theatre, London

Writer and Director: John Savournin Reviewer: Hattie Williams [rating:4] The fabulous cast of Charles Court Opera are back, bursting from the seams of the Rosemary Branch Theatre with their delightfully imaginative new pantomime The Three Musketeers. In the confines of a questionable convent (James Perkins’ set design is more hotchpotch side alley than holy sanctuary) the Musketeers meet again in ...

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Barbershopera: The Three Musketeers – Drum Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth

Music &Lyrics: Rob Castell &Tom Sadler Director: Sarah Tipple Musical Director: Rob Castell Reviewer: Marina Spark [Rating:4.5] Astounding a cappella and rhythmic revelry are abound in Barbershopera Productions’ Christmas run. Barbershopera: The Three Musketeers is a novel and tongue in cheek take on the classic tale by Alexandre Dumas. The traditional story is pulled apart and hilariously reconstructed in a ...

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