Dance & Physical Theatre

Wednesday 19 March 2014 in London

By | Published on Thursday 13 March 2014

Kings Of The Dance

TW’s tipped events TODAY IN LONDON feature the ballet world’s crown ‘Kings Of The Dance’, Sherlock’s first study, and Coward-ian parlour wars with Caroline Quentin and Patricia Hodge…

DANCE: Kings Of The Dance, London Coliseum, 19 – 22 Mar
Sergei Danilian presents an ensemble cast of male ballet stars dancing a mixed seven-piece bill. Teatro alla Scala’s Roberto Bolle and American Ballet Theatre primo Ivan Vasiliev collaborate with Bolshoi ballerina Svetlana Lunkina, whilst the Mikhailovsky Ballet’s Leonid Sarafanov and friends show off their line and strength in choreographer Nacho Duato’s awe-inspiring ‘Remanso’. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: A Study In Scarlet, Southwark Playhouse, 19 Mar – 12 Apr
Applying extra-savvy heat to the nation’s abiding Sherlock-fever, writing partnership Lila Whelan and Greg Freeman adapt Holmes and Watson’s first case for the stage. A cloak-and-dagger tale from the dark heart of Victorian London’s Mormon history, it features the pair’s initial meeting and move into 221B Baker St. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Relative Values, Harold Pinter Theatre, 19 Mar – 21 Jun
Trevor Nunn lays his golden touch on Noël Coward’s light and frivolous sitting-room satire, an uproarious culture clash of stiff-lipped aristocracy vs Hollywood glitterati. Caroline Quentin, Patricia Hodge – aka Miranda Hart’s, what I call, TV mum – and Rory Bremner star amidst a fairly astral cast. Details and tickets here.

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