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Salle: Mayflower, Southampton

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AdresseSouthampton
South-East
SO15 1GE
Royaume-uni
Google maps50° 54' 31.621" N 1° 24' 36.907" W
octobre 2020
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SouthamptonRaymonda

© Karolina Kuras
Glazounov: Raymonda
Marius Petipa; Tamara Rojo; English National Ballet; Antony McDonald; Mark Henderson

SouthamptonMerlinWorld premiere

Olding: Merlin
Drew McOnie; Northern Ballet; Colin Richmond
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McVicar's Traviata is still darkly impressive

Anush Hovhannisyan (Violetta) © Jane Hobson (2017 for Scottish Opera)
Even given a routine revival, McVicar's staging has much to recommend it, returning the opera to its literary roots. 

All that glitters: BRB's opulent Sleeping Beauty

Momoko Hirata (Princess Aurora) and Mathias Dingman (Prince Florimund) © Bill Cooper
Sir Peter Wright's version of The Sleeping Beauty has stood the test of time, though this opening night of the tour in Southampton didn't always convince that the work has a place of adoration in the company’s heart.

Natalya Romaniw an imperious Tatyana

Natalya Romaniw (Tatyana) © Betina Skovbro
The cavernous Mayflower pit eats singers for breakfast and only Natalya Romaniw’s full-blooded Tatyana escaped its jaws unmarked

Starry, starry night: BRBs celestial Cinderella

Cinderella © Bill Cooper
David Bintley's 2010 Birmingham Royal Ballet version of Cinderella is the antithesis to Ashton. Instead of pantomime, he offers pure fairy tale every magical step of the way.

Cinematic storytelling in ENB’s fine Romeo and Juliet

Death lurks around every corner in Rudolf Nureyev’s Romeo and Juliet, created for English National Ballet (then named London Festival Ballet) back in 1977 and energetically revived here.

Chic, bleak and provocative: WNO’s Manon Lescaut

Treliński’s de-romanticizing of the plot of Puccini's Manon Lescaut makes for a compelling piece of theatre… it’s just not Manon

Welsh National Opera's Butterfly at the Mayflower, Southampton

35 years and many revivals after it was first seen, the late Joachim Herz’s version of Madam Butterfly (“Madama” spelt without the “a” here) is still going. For WNO’s themed series of “Free Spirits”, Caroline Chaney took on the revival director’s mantle. The result was a reliable production lacking in originality but not in warmth.