06 December 2016 | 3 °C

Articles by Sam Smith

Must-See Festive Dance Shows In London This Christmas

Must-See Festive Dance Shows In London This Christmas

By Sam Smith
Review: Infanticide-Themed Opera Both Draining And Engaging

Review: Infanticide-Themed Opera Both Draining And Engaging

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Review: Anish Kapoor Ditches Sculpture For Opera

Review: Anish Kapoor Ditches Sculpture For Opera

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Running Wild Reviewed: A Real Summer Treat

Running Wild Reviewed: A Real Summer Treat

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Review: Will This Black Comedy Make You Laugh Yourself To Death?

Review: Will This Black Comedy Make You Laugh Yourself To Death?

By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
Review: Ballet Of The Winter's Tale Is A Modern Classic

Review: Ballet Of The Winter's Tale Is A Modern Classic

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Review: If You See One Philip Glass Opera, Make It This One

Review: If You See One Philip Glass Opera, Make It This One

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Giselle With Popcorn: Ballet Comes To Cinemas In London And Beyond

Giselle With Popcorn: Ballet Comes To Cinemas In London And Beyond

By Sam Smith
Review: Royal Ballet Scales The Heights In An All-Contemporary Programme

Review: Royal Ballet Scales The Heights In An All-Contemporary Programme

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Review: Morality Tale Meets Wilde Wit In An Intimate Venue

Review: Morality Tale Meets Wilde Wit In An Intimate Venue

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Review: Royal Ballet On Top Form In Varied Double Bill

Review: Royal Ballet On Top Form In Varied Double Bill

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Review: Nostalgic Tale Of Wartime Evacuation With A Hint Of Darkness

Review: Nostalgic Tale Of Wartime Evacuation With A Hint Of Darkness

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Top Ballet Dancer Dazzles With Some Help From His Friends

Top Ballet Dancer Dazzles With Some Help From His Friends

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Review: Cry God For Harry At The Barbican

Review: Cry God For Harry At The Barbican

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Preview: Royal Ballet To Showcase Two Works From Its Founder Choreographer

Preview: Royal Ballet To Showcase Two Works From Its Founder Choreographer

By Sam Smith
Hidden Gem Of A Play Explores Government Corruption: Waste Reviewed

Hidden Gem Of A Play Explores Government Corruption: Waste Reviewed

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
English National Opera Triumphs With Underrated Verdi Masterpiece: Review

English National Opera Triumphs With Underrated Verdi Masterpiece: Review

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Mr Foote's Other Leg Reviewed: Comedy And Tragedy Combine

Mr Foote's Other Leg Reviewed: Comedy And Tragedy Combine

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Review: Lloyd Webber's Cats Continues To Make Us Purr

Review: Lloyd Webber's Cats Continues To Make Us Purr

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Celebrity Castrato Hits The High Notes On West End Transfer

Celebrity Castrato Hits The High Notes On West End Transfer

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Convicts In Australia Find Redemption Through Theatre

Convicts In Australia Find Redemption Through Theatre

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Sinatra Resurrected At The London Palladium

Sinatra Resurrected At The London Palladium

By Sam Smith
David Suchet In Drag Shines In Oscar Wilde Classic

David Suchet In Drag Shines In Oscar Wilde Classic

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Opera Holland Park’s Aida Is No Museum Piece -- Review

Opera Holland Park’s Aida Is No Museum Piece -- Review

By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
Review: Does The Seagull Fly At Regent’s Park?

Review: Does The Seagull Fly At Regent’s Park?

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Can A Play About Pornography Be Too Light?

Can A Play About Pornography Be Too Light?

By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
The Beaux’ Stratagem: As Witty As It Is Clever

The Beaux’ Stratagem: As Witty As It Is Clever

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Power And Democracy 17th Century Style At The National

Power And Democracy 17th Century Style At The National

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Ballet La Fille Mal Gardée Is As Light-Hearted And Comical As They Come

Ballet La Fille Mal Gardée Is As Light-Hearted And Comical As They Come

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Dido, Queen of Carthage Feels As Youthful As Ever

Dido, Queen of Carthage Feels As Youthful As Ever

By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
Go Go Go To Spend Spend Spend

Go Go Go To Spend Spend Spend

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
9/11 Opera To Premiere At Barbican

9/11 Opera To Premiere At Barbican

By Sam Smith
Tenderness Outweighed By Tragedy In The Broken Heart

Tenderness Outweighed By Tragedy In The Broken Heart

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Swan Lake: First Rate Ballet On Stage And Screen

Swan Lake: First Rate Ballet On Stage And Screen

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Loserville Proves A Real Winner

Loserville Proves A Real Winner

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Perfect Production Builds On Brilliant Opera At The Coliseum

Perfect Production Builds On Brilliant Opera At The Coliseum

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Pirandello Classic Wreaks Havoc At The Barbican

Pirandello Classic Wreaks Havoc At The Barbican

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Ancient Opera Orfeo Feels As Fresh As Ever

Ancient Opera Orfeo Feels As Fresh As Ever

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
A Small Stage But A Grand Tour At The Finborough

A Small Stage But A Grand Tour At The Finborough

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Children’s Opera Proves Seriously Entertaining

Children’s Opera Proves Seriously Entertaining

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Stage Scissorhands Is Slick And Sharp

Stage Scissorhands Is Slick And Sharp

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Don Quixote: Brilliant Ballet Served Up With Spanish Pizzazz

Don Quixote: Brilliant Ballet Served Up With Spanish Pizzazz

By Sam Smith ★★★★★
White Christmas Is A Heart-Warming Winter's Night Out

White Christmas Is A Heart-Warming Winter's Night Out

By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Cutting Edge Musical Theatre In The Scottsboro Boys

Cutting Edge Musical Theatre In The Scottsboro Boys

By Sam Smith
Captivating Revival Of Manon From The Royal Ballet

Captivating Revival Of Manon From The Royal Ballet

By Sam Smith
Handel Opera Will Transport You To Georgian Britain

Handel Opera Will Transport You To Georgian Britain

By Sam Smith
The Immortal Hour: Operatic Rarity In An Intimate Setting

The Immortal Hour: Operatic Rarity In An Intimate Setting

By Sam Smith