Image: Brian HartleyReview: Heroes at Udderbelly TweetShareSharePin0 SharesReview: Heroes at Udderbelly2019-08-192★★ Aerial work and dance moves come together in a family show that takes a playful-but-wannabe-serious look at heroic fantasies – and the realities of being brave, and overcoming your fears. Beverley Grant (All Or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre) and Tony Mills (of dance group Room 2 Manoeuvre) seem determined to get each other off the ground and on to the vast rig with various sizes of suspended hoops. Super-hero puppets, masks of well-known celebrities, bits of caped-crusader costuming are accessories to larky clowning around that younger audiences enjoy, but it takes a while for the pair’s respective strengths to make an appearance. Grant’s eventual aerial work has real grace and panache, Mills boldly relinquishes his comfort-zone dance moves and gets briefly airborne as well, but despite the twosome’s breezy energies, Heroes feels solidly worthy rather than high-flying thrilling. Heroes, Udderbelly, 31 Jul – 26 Aug, 3pm TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.