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Dance

You can feel as if you’re in a colony of rabbits: Matthew Bourne’s Car Man reviewed

The London Coliseum’s latest dance gala showed that Bourne’s supremacy as the master of popular dance theatre is being challenged by his partner Arthur Pita

1 August 2015

9:00 AM

1 August 2015

9:00 AM

Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man

Sadler’s Wells, until 9 August

Ardani 25 Dance Gala

London Coliseum

Hot, languorous, sizzling… I was thinking what an ideal show Matthew Bourne’s noir comedy is to watch on a summer’s evening in T-shirt and shorts as you sip a cold beer in a plastic cup and feel all toasty while the garage mechanics are bumping and grinding away at Dino’s Diner.

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