Sadler's Wells Theatre in general Reviews
Description:Rosebery Avenue, EC1R 4TN. (Angel tube). Long history (beginning in 1683), but became a ballet/opera venue in 1934. A ... more
Newest Review: ... of contemporary physical shows - for instance you can catch some nice ballet, some street dancing, some circus. They have put on some of the greatest contemporary circus's there, the famous Cirkus Cirkor (with the amazing Jay Gilligan!) to Les Sept Doigts De Le Main (7 Fingers of the Hand) having a premier of their show Psy! For the actual theatres... I have only been to the foyer areas ... more
Customer Sadler's Wells Theatre in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
A fantastic venue for a wide range of contemporary physical shows. I love Sadlers Wells, it is one of my favourite London venues. Especially the Peacock Theatre. They always have a nice variety of contemporary physical shows - for instance you can catch some nice ballet, some street dancing, some circus. They have put on some of the greatest contemporary circus's there, the famous Cirkus Cirkor (with the amazing Jay Gilligan!) to Les Sept Doigts De Le Main (7 Fingers of the Hand) having a premier of their show Psy! For the actual theatres... I have only been to the foyer areas of their main site by Angel. But the Peacock theatre is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/02, updated on 20/06/02 (Very useful, 346 readings)
I went to Sadlers Wells Theatre for the first time last friday, to see Opera North's production of Sweeney Todd, and was very pleasantly surprised with both the venue and the even more so, the production! The venue is situated in Islington in London, the nearest tube being Angel, which can be accessed via the Northern Line and the Victoria line as well as frequent bus links from central london.It is very close to Kings Cross and Euston main line train stations too. From the tube station it is literally a few minutes walk. Upon exiting from Angel, there is only one exit, the theatre is reached by turning left and then carrying straight on past the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/01, updated on 01/09/01 (Very useful, 2360 readings)
Most famous as a ballet venue, this theatre also hosts a broad range of theatre, and musical events (recently these have included : Japanese Kabuki, Cirque Éloize, various tribal drum groups, a musical of The Twits etc). However, I have only seen ballets here, from several touring companies. This is my favourite venue to see dance acts, because the venue doesn't overshadow the perofrmance, but does give an appropriate atmosphere and sence of occasion. Located near Angel Islington they are a little out of the centre of London, but only a short, well sign-posted walk from the tube (Angel, on the Northern Line), or a short bus ride from Oxford Street. Some bus ... Read the complete review
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