Tag Archives: Frederick Ashton

Triple Bill – Birmingham Royal Ballet: Sadler’s Wells, London, 16 October 2015

Ballet is woman. Ballet is man. Sometimes with big moustaches. The main feature of the Triple Bill Birmingham Royal Ballet brought to Sadler’s Wells was the London premiere of David Bintley’s The King Dances. Based loosely on the Le Ballet … Continue reading

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DVD Release: La Fille mal gardée (Original cast), The Royal Ballet, 1962

Clogging up the airwaves This is one for the lovers of the old classics – Frederick Ashton’s La Fille mal gardée has been released on DVD by ICA Classics with the original 1962 Royal Ballet cast of Nadia Nerina and … Continue reading

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DVD Release: Frederick Ashton Triple Bill; The Royal Ballet

This one goes out to all the Ashtonites A long overdue parade of three of Frederick Ashton’s shorter works, this DVD-only release features the ever-popular Les Patineurs, the hugely entertaining Divertissements and the relatively modernist showcase that is Scènes de Ballet. … Continue reading

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