Review: Robin Cousins’ ICE

The stars of ITV’s Dancing on Ice may have hung up their skates for the last time, but fans of the show needn’t worry as head judge Robin Cousins’ action-packed stage show, ICE, is currently touring the UK.

The show, which is directed and choreographed by the Olympic champion, skated onto the stage of Edinburgh’s iconic Festival Theatre last weekend, which was transformed into a small yet impressive ice rink for the occasion. Directed and choreographed by the former Olympic champion, ICE gave the small but enthusiastic audience the rare opportunity to see a range of world-class skaters show off their skills up-close and personal.

Set to a soundtrack of both original and reworked musical compositions (including a stunning jazz-infused version of Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance) the skaters glided around the stage flawlessly throughout, drawing gasps from the audience with some of their more dangerous moves. Kate Endriulaitis pulled off a particularly impressive gymnastic sequence, during which she performed a complex aerialist sequence – directly above the ice!

Though rather short in length, Ice is a stunning spectacle that will leave even the most uninterested audience members in awe of the talented cast.

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