From the very start of Hofesh Shechter’s return to the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, with a blatant nod to the monolith and apes of 2001 Space Odyssey, we a bombarded with a dense series of cultural references.Explore More
A man’s struggle with dementia was the canvas for this astounding play without (many) words: a rich, adventurous, and deeply impressive production where every movement was deliberate and delicious.Explore More
This may be Cinders, but there is no
pumpkin in sight – the fairy godmother is a male angel, the carriage a
motorbike and sidecar, and the ball is at the Cafe de Paris in the midst of the
Cross dressing, silly costumes, and even
dafter slapstick – is this another Theatre Royal pantomime? Oh no it is isn’t!
It’s The Russian State Ballet of Siberia’s take on one of the oldest