Scottish Ballet

REVIEW – Alice by Scottish Ballet, Edinburgh Festival Theatre


By choosing to focus on the surreal nature of Lewis Carroll’s classics, Scottish Ballet’s original production of Alice drips with imaginative visual flair and contemporary design, but as a result sacrifices a little in its narrative direction and clarity. Conceived by Ashley Page and designer Antony McDonald, Scottish Ballet’s Wonderland is a mysterious, colourful and […]

REVIEW – Cinderella, The Scottish Ballet – Edinburgh Festival Theatre


A revival of Scottish Ballet‘s 2005 interpretation by Artistic Director Ashley Page, Cinderella is a visually striking and beautifully choreographed production of the classic fairytale – with the welcome addition of some humour as wicked as Cinders’ evil stepmother herself. Set in a mashup of 18th century France, pop art styling and modern references, the […]