Reviews

The reviews are in and they're top hat!

The Stage
"Lovely, lively and engaging throughout."
 
Read the full review here: https://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/2017/getting-dressed-review-sadlers-wells-london/ 
 
MumsNet- Nottingham ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"Second Hand Dance put the creativity back into getting dressed, joyfully celebrating this milestone for their young audience, while nudging their minds further open to the endless possibilities that clothes and dressing present."
 
Read the full review here: https://local.mumsnet.com/nottingham/family-shows-and-concerts/553692-getting-dressed
 
The Reviews Hub ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2
"Anyone who had a dressing up box as a child will know the feeling of pleasure to be gained from putting on ridiculously oversized clothes and just mucking about. It's that feeling of joyous playfulness that is at the heart of Second Hand Dance's family show. There is a pleasing sense of freedom from gender stereotype here, the adult dancers picking whatever items give them the biggest sense of fun. Tweed skirts on men, boxer shorts on women – it is the childish glee that matters here."
 
Read full review here: http://www.thereviewshub.com/getting-dressed-sadlers-wells-lilian-baylis-studio-london/
 
Left Lion
"Getting Dressed, has taken the everyday, functional activity that we take for granted and turned it into forty minutes of joyous movement, exploration and daftness. The kids' attentions were grabbed immediately."
 
Read full review here: https://www.leftlion.co.uk/read/2017/february/getting-dressed-review
 
Mummy plus three
"The show is about us all being as creative as we can with the clothes we wear, finding what we like and feel comfortable in regardless of what is stereotypically correct, trying to get dressed differently and in a fun way. We both loved it and Polly is still talking about how much fun it was so if you do get a chance to go and see it please do!!"
 
Read full review here: http://mummyplusthree.co.uk/blog.html 
 
Ipswich Town & Waterfront
"A wonderfully warm and engaging performance, which both adults and children can connect with."
 
 
Anne at the Theatre ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"Even the most restless child is intrigued."
 
Read full review here: http://www.anneatthetheatre.uk/