Review: Scottish Ballet Autumn Tour

First published in The Times, Wednesday September 30 2015

Three Stars

Scottish Ballet’s autumn tour programme is a triple bill of choreographic contrasts, showcasing new talent alongside established names. Perhaps inevitably, it proves something of a mixed bag, with the lasting impression being one of engaging moments rather than unadulterated pleasure.

The surprise opener is Maze, created by company dancer Sophie Laplane, which comprises complementary male and female duets set to Nick Cave’s soundtrack to The Road as well as electro music by Minologue and Xela.

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