KYLIE TRIUMPHS IN THE UK WITH APHRODITE LES FOLIES!
Kylie is receiving some of the best reviews of her career for her groundbreaking ‘Aphrodite-Les Folies Tour 2011. Here are some of the latest rave reviews from the UK press for Kylie’s recent concerts in Cardiff and Glasgow. Check out www.kylie.com/tour for the latest tour news, pix and blogs!
Kylie Minogue is not just a pop star any more, she is a veritable goddess. THE TELEGRAPH – Thursday 24th 2011 – U.K.
An ultra-professional, Kylie’s show proved her credentials as the princess of pop. For a major star, Kylie Minogue is unique in being loved by everyone. Only a churl would object to her ultra-professional take on pure entertainment. * * * * THE TIMES – Saturday 26th March 2011 – U.K.
When enduring pop careers are such a rarity, it is even more impressive that it’s in her third decade of creating hits that Kylie Minogue embarks on her biggest tour yet. Embracing Greek mythology, 42-year old Minogue emerges resplendent as the goddess of love in a flowing white gown, and sparkling gold boots, from a giant golden shell inspired by Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, to the pounding beat of Aphrodite. It’s a stunning opening that paves the way for two hours of ornate stage sets . . . As an exercise in pure pop pleasure, the concert could not be faulted. * * * * THE INDEPENDANT – Saturday 26th March 2011 – U.K.
Kylie wows Cardiff audience with spectacular concert. THE Princess of Pop returned to Wales promising to give her fans a theatrical and musical treat – and, dressed as a Greek goddess, Kylie didn’t disappoint. . .fresh from two nights wowing crowds at Dublin’s O² Arena, where she had won rave reviews for her stunning show. It’s not hard to see why. As entrances to concerts go they don’t come more impressive than her arrival on the Motorpoint Arena stage. A supporting cast of synchronised swimmers, aerial performers and acrobats added to that sensory extravaganza, creating a theatrical feast for the eyes and the ears. Each (number) was rapturously received by a perma-grinned crowd enthralled by a woman we’ve taken to our hearts . . . this show is validation that Kylie’s still at the top of her game. It’s unlikely Cardiff will witness such a spectacle for some time – a fact not lost on the Welsh crowd who sang and danced last night away, as if their lives depended on it. As (the) encore .. brought the curtain down on a breathless two-hour show, we knew we should be so lucky… lucky, lucky, lucky to have been in the company of one of the world’s greatest entertainers. THE WESTERN MAIL – Saturday 26th March 2011 – U.K.
Kylie is legend at Scots gig. A SIZZLING Kylie Minogue brought her Aphrodite tour to Scotland last night – and the crowd fell in love at first sight. The Australian superstar opened her three-night run at Glasgow’s SECC dressed as the Greek goddess of love. THE DAILY RECORD – Tuesday 29th March 2011 – U.K.
Kylie is every inch the goddess as she wows with Aphrodite tour.
You gotta love her: Kylie shines on Aphrodite tour
Kylie Minogue took Glasgow by storm last night as she brought her Aphrodite tour to town. No expense was spared for the show with Dolce and Gabbana providing the elaborate jewel encrusted corsets and dresses. The £10 million set, which included swimming pools, fountains and a giant golden seashell, made Lady Gaga’s Monsters Ball look practically minimalist. Kylie proved she is still the Queen of pop . . . Fans of all ages went wild for the star’s return to Scotland STV – Tuesday 29th March 2011 – U.K.