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Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella – English National Ballet: Royal Albert Hall, London, 6 June 2019

You shall go to the Hall Following their blockbuster shows in-the-round of Swan Lake and Romeo and Juliet, English National Ballet tackle Cinderella for their latest foray at the cavernous Royal Albert Hall. Instead of creating something entirely new, however, … Continue reading

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She Persisted – English National Ballet: Sadler’s Wells, 4 April 2019

You got Nora rite to break my wings In 2016 Tamara Rojo announced that English National Ballet were going to present a Triple Bill of all female choreographers called She Said. It caused quite a fuss at the time, highlighting … Continue reading

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Manon – English National Ballet: London Coliseum, 16 January 2019

52B or not 2B It says a lot about the strength of Kenneth MacMillan’s choreography that this Manon’s power remains undiminished despite Mia Stensgaard’s underwhelming staging. Very different in style from Nicholas Georgiadis’ original designs, Stensgaard made hers for The … Continue reading

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Programme 1 – Boston Ballet: London Coliseum. 3 July 2013

Boston a gut London Coliseum’s curtain rose at 7.30 to applause at the sight of a host of ballerinas bathed in pale blue light standing in readiness for George Balanchine’s Serenade. Not a bad way for Boston Ballet to start … Continue reading

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