Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine – Part 4

Kirsty Hulse reviews the very bright, very creative and very enjoyable Siro-A.

2013 marks the year of the Korean new-wave in Hollywood as three of world cinema’s most exciting cinematic voices make their crossovers.

We review Cirque Du Soleil’s latest show; Kooza – a dramatic, mind blowing and stunning 3 hours of pure spectacle and wonder.

Ballet is continuing to win the hearts of the world, and now through new methods whilst not forgetting its roots within the great classical ballets of the art world.

We review the adaptation of Alan Moore’s classic comic into a stage play: The Ballad of Halo Jones.

We review the musical adaptation of the classic film which brought us iconic songs such as Good Mornin’ & Make ’em Laugh at the Palace Theatre London.

Film and television star Robert Powell (Holby City, The 39 Steps) is now on stage in Singin’ in the Rain at the Palace Theatre

We went to see The Phantom of The Opera at Leeds Grand. Here’s our review, which includes the words thrilling, smashing and bravo.

Damien Hirst is a bit of an enigma. On the one hand, he is one of the most famous contemporary artists in the world. On the other hand, he is the first artist people choose to mock when discussing the absurdity of contemporary art.

South Pacific is a gorgeous show, it doesn’t have the pace of a modern musical but you’ll know, and probably love, pretty much every song.