It was simply stunning. Given that it's a touring company we were expecting the sets to be lacklustre, but they were top notch too.
The dancing was wonderful, and the story had a bit of meat to it - difficult with only dance to tell the tale.
There were several visual jokes which worked a treat, smuggling the queen out from under the nose of Cardinal Richelieu's men was very good. The cross-dressing King of France was quite amusing (providing a motivation for the Queen to lose interest in him). The final scene was incredibly busy, boxes flying everywhere (the wooden kind, not the protective kind --- though the protectives might conceivably be wooden, I'll admit).
I knew what was going to happen with the necklace, and even then I didn't see it happen, it was very cleverly choreographed.
There was a lovely scene with Dartagnan tied to the queen's maid, two people dancing whilst roped together was a great thing to see....
The swordplay was also done well, real swashbuckling stuff. The great thing is that, unlike for the Bolshoi, we were very close to the stage - provincial theatres do that for you. This put us right up close to the action, at a lower price than the 'Auditorium' seats in Covent Garden, and with production values that were on a par.
From Woking, the Three Musketeers goes to Nottingham, Milton Keynes, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Norwich, Manchester and Belfast. (Tour Dates - will update with time). There are other productions being performed at different places (Sleeping Beauty and Christmas Carol). There is a date in Sadlers Wells (London) next summer whose production is to be confirmed.
I would advise people to give this one a try. Quotes from critics can be seen here.