Books by Glenda Young

Saturday, September 06, 2008

Matthew Bourne's Dorian Gray

To the ballet this week to see Matthew Bourne's Dorian Gray. It was good stuff indeed but it didn't blow me away in that way Matthew Bourne's ballets have done in the past.

Eating ice-cream in the interval we spotted Oz Clarke from the telly sharing a bag of crisps with a woman. There was also a poster inviting punters to sign up to become a Friend of Matthew which I suspect is a little like being a Friend of Dorothy but with much nicer shoes.

3 comments:

Steve said...

Oz Clarke scoffing crisps? How common! I do hope they were crinkle cut.

Old Cheeser said...

I read about that production and fancied seeing it myself. So it was only good - not excellent? Worth seeing? How much were the tickets?

"A Friend of Matthew", ha ha. I wonder what THAT entails...

Flaming Nora said...

OC - it's definitely worth going to see but I read online that it's completely sold out. If you haven't yet seen Matthew Bourne's Edward Scissorhands - go and see it. It's on at Sadlers Wells for Christmas and is AMAZING.

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