Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Dominion Theatre

White Christmas’Tis the season to be nostalgic, but even the most misty-eyed yuletide reveller will struggle with the sheer volume of syrup in White Christmas – the theatrical equivalent of marinating in cheap eggnog.

Based on the 1954 film, a wholesome star vehicle for Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney, Morgan Young’s production retains its affability, but loses its zest: everyone’s working too hard at having fun.

Read my full Dance Today magazine review here

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