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Matthew Bourne's THE RED SHOES
Tue 19 May

Matthew Bourne's THE RED SHOES

Frankwell QuayShrewsburySY3 8FT

Walker Theatre

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ON SCREEN IN THE WALKER THEATRE

Matthew Bourne's
THE RED SHOES

Filmed Live at Sadler's Wells Theatre, London in January 2020

Matthew Bourne's 'gorgeous take on the film classic' (The Times) comes to cinemas for the first time.

Winner of two Olivier Awards, THE RED SHOES is an 'utterly enthralling' (Daily Express) tale of obsession, possession and one girl's dream to be the greatest dancer in the world.

Victoria Page lives to dance but her ambitions become a battleground between the two men who inspire her passion. Matthew Bournes magical adaptation of the classic Powell and Pressburger film is set to the achingly romantic music of golden-age Hollywood composer Bernard Herrmann.

Filmed live at Sadler's Wells in London especially for cinemas, Matthew Bournes THE RED SHOES stars Ashley Shaw as Victoria Page, Adam Cooper as Boris Lermontov and Dominic North as Julian Craster. This 'cinematic masterpiece re-Bourne on stage' (Evening Standard) will dazzle your senses and break your heart.

3pm & 7pm | £16.50 | 1h 37m (no interval)
Tue 19 May03:00PM Book
Tue 19 May07:00PM Book
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