Reviews

‘Truly breathtaking. Quite apart from the glamour, there is a simple elegance in the way [Bethany Kingsley-Garner] moves’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, The Daily Mail, January 2019

‘Kingsley-Garner has a vivacious and expressive face as well as a wonderfully brisk athleticism to her dancing.’

Sir Kenneth MacMillan's The Fairy's Kiss, Dance Tabs, June 2020

‘Kingsley-Garner’s sparky demeanour and softly melting bourrées contrast well with the Snow Queen’s spiked angularity ’

Christopher Hampson's The Snow Queen, The Guardian, December 2019

‘I was most touched by Bethany Kingsley-Garner and Andrew Peasgood as the lovers – nobody seems to do good-natured strength quite like Kingsley-Garner and Peasgood as the good lad, taken over by events, is totally believable. The end of the ballet, with just them on stage, is beautifully simple and unaffected – like their dancing it comes from the heart. ’

Christopher Hampson's The Snow Queen, Dance Tabs, December 2019

‘In the title role, Bethany Kingsley-Garner shone like a diamond.’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, Daily Mail

‘Bethany Kingsley-Garner dances the role with a strength and determination that shows the fierceness of her character. ’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, Broadway World, January 2019,

‘…all classic grace and sweet vulnerability.’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, The Herald

‘Indeed, Ms Kingsley-Garner’s skill and grace epitomised this European premiere of Christopher Hampson’s rendering of Prokofiev’s famous ballet.’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, Sunday Herald

‘Tweedledum and Tweedledee, danced spiritedly by Bethany Kingsley-Garner and Brenda Lee Grech.’

Ashley Page's Alice, Theatreinwales, May 2011

‘In an exemplary cast, it was Luke Ahmet – another superbly musical dancer and Bethany Kingsley-Garner in a less prominent role, as well as the always liquid Paul Liburd, who caught my eye.’

William Forsythe's Workwithinwork, Dance Europe, November 2009

‘Bethany Kingsley-Garner in the title role has a gentle grace which invites our empathy.’

Christopher Hampson's Cinderella, The Scotsman