Author Rachel Fellows

Theatre
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Twelfth Night needs no introduction, but the cast of this production might; there’s a chap called Stephen Fry you might have heard of, and another called Mark Rylance. It caused a frenzy at the Arts desk…

Dance Swan Lake. Photography by Alice Pennefather, courtesy of ROH
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“If you want something done right then you have to opt for the best. So if you want to see ballet the way it was meant to be, there’s nothing else for it but to head to the Royal Opera House for the ultimate classic, Swan Lake.”

Music
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“I would never have imagined Caesar in cowboy boots. Having said that, nor would I have pictured Ptolemy wielding a croquet bat as his weapon of choice.” Handel’s ‘Julius Caesar’ at the English National Opera…

Theatre
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“Sheridan Smith has come one heck of a long way from the days of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.” Rachel reviews Hedda Gabler at The Old Vic…

Food
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“I had yet to be initiated into the underground world of supper clubs. There is something almost clandestine about surreptitiously slipping into a stranger’s house for them to wine and dine you along with other unknowns…”

Theatre Chariots of Fire
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“I’m exhausted, having just watched Chariots of Fire on stage, so Lord knows how the poor actors feel.” Rachel enjoys the theatrical spectacle of Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud Theatre…

Theatre
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“I’m not cool enough for East London. I always get lost and the shabby-chic trademark of most establishments to the right of Liverpool Street troubles my neat-freak inclinations…”

Dance
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Cleopatra. The most ruthless of rulers, with a booming empire and beauty beyond our imagination, is the subject of the Northern Ballet’s touring production. Rachel Fellows is bewitched…

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