Para bailar la bamba, Se necesita una poca de gracia
The Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de Amalia Hernandez re-visited London after a 20 year hiatus from this city. What did we expect? I’m not sure. What was it like? In a word: sensational.
The programme consisted of 9 sections, each act accompanied with the impressive, live, Mariachi-type musicians, replete with sombreros. Continue reading “Ballet Folklorico de Mexico De Amalia Hernandez at the London Coliseum”
Bel-Ami is Alex’s modern re-telling of this classic story, showing at Charing Cross Theatre from 20th February. A fresh take on the classic Guy de Maupassant novel by award-winning composer Alex Loveless, we ask him several questions on the forthcoming performance.
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What has been the most memorable experience of your career so far?
Ellie: It’s a bit of a cliché to keep talking about it, but performing at the Royal Wedding. It was the most crazy thing to have happened to me. It was so overwhelming and is still something I can’t really comprehend.
Continue reading “Ellie Goulding: An Interview”