I went to this production yesterday in Liverpool. I saw the same cast as Trog - Oliveira and Simone Clarke, with Bubnov as Siegfried.
It's a fairly straightforward production compared with the RB one, and none the worse for that, with good traditional designs. My only objection was that I found the lighting, which Bruce praises, too dark, especially in Act 3 where Siegfried's solo was almost invisible, since there was not enough contrast between his all-black costume, the dim sets, and a phalanx of navy blue mazurka dancers seated behind him. A pity, because the bits I could see looked good.
Fernanda Oliveira did fairly well as Odette - not the best I've ever seen, but that can hardly be expected at 18 or whatever very young age she is. She certainly enchanted her audience of schoolchildren; there was an audible gasp when she came on, as there was at the beginning of both Act 2 and Act 4 - a bit of dry ice works wonders. (There was also an audible giggle at the Cygnets - I couldn't agree more.)
It was sensible to pair Oliveira with the experienced ex-Bolshoi Bubnov, who was very good indeed, and did a most beautiful end-of-Act-1 solo.
Simone Clarke's Odile had some excellent moments - fouettes a bit haywire, but she's hardly alone in that. I've never seen Odette and Odile danced by different dancers before, but it worked quite well.
Xian Zhang, still a corps dancer, as is Oliveira, was spectacularly quick and neat in Ashton's wonderful Neapolitan dance. Alice Crawford, though very sweet, couldn't quite match him.
Michael Coleman was a splendidly sinister Rothbart. I see Trog's point about the Klingon, but at least he looked frightening, unlike the Kirov one who looked as if he couldn't say boo to a goose, let alone a swan.
The audience of young children was a bit noisy at times, but obviously enjoyed themselves. Never has the orchestra been so wildly applauded, Odile and Rothbart so loudly booed, Odette and Siegfried so rapturously cheered. Well, it's better than double maths, isn't it? All praise to ENB for their education programme.