Matthew Bourne’s “The Car Man”

Matthew Bourne’s “The Car Man”

Suspense, lust, and passion are the first three words that spring to mind when describing  Matthew Bourne’s dance-tragedy The Car Man, a re imagined story of Bizet’s Carmen set to the same desirable score. Bourne’s version of this production first premiered in... read more
Rasta Thomas’ Dance Company in Romeo and Juliet

Rasta Thomas’ Dance Company in Romeo and Juliet

It’s the greatest love story of all time, William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet. Always a popular story for dance companies to interpret due to the passion and tragedy of the narrative and now Rasta Thomas adds himself to that list through his eclectic take on the... read more
FLASH MOB – Where Dance Worlds Collide

FLASH MOB – Where Dance Worlds Collide

Sadler’s Wells Peacock Theatre It was very interesting to watch “Flash Mob” as the Producers, Martin and Marina Blore, have brought together many of the top acts from the TV Dance Shows and combined them, and the styles of dance they represent, into a single Show.  We... read more
“THRILLER” AT THE LYRIC THEATRE, LONDON

“THRILLER” AT THE LYRIC THEATRE, LONDON

I was lucky enough to see Michael Jackson perform at Wembley in 1988 and it remains the best £30 I have ever spent – I kept the ticket!  Whatever you may think of Michael Jackson the person, Michael Jackson the performer was one of the greatest – if not the... read more