Author Charlotte Skeoch

Dance
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The Royal Ballet’s production of Romeo and Juliet is a maelstrom of heartbreak, elation and spirited sass, writes Charlotte Skeoch, for whom public displays of gushy emotion are a rare occurrence.

Film
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In recent months, Spielberg has returned to the big screen with the re-incarnation of Jurassic Park, then The Adventures of Tintin, and now the filmic interpretation of the Tony award-winning stage production War Horse.

Dance
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First there was the achingly glamorous Proud Cabaret; now Alex Proud sets pulses racing once again, bringing the stars of London’s burlesque circuit to Proud Kitchen for his latest venture, Burlesque After Dark…

Dance Seven for a Secret (c) Eric Richmond
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The Rambert Dance Company; founded over 80 years ago and carrying with it a well-deserved reputation as one of the glittering vertebrae in the backbone of contemporary dance, the bar is set perilously high…