Tag Archives: ballet

Anne of Green Gables, Peacock Theatre

A plucky red-headed orphan takes centre stage in this luminous new production from London Children’s Ballet. Read my full The i Paper review here

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Requiem, Sadler’s Wells

Kyle Abraham’s latest is vivid and engaging, but did poor Mozart really deserve this? Read my full Telegraph review here

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Casanova and Wild Tango, Sadler’s Wells

Northern Ballet’s narrative work is overcomplicated but seductive, while German Cornejo’s latest is a muddled misfire. Read my The i Paper reviews here

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Ballet Black double bill, Barbican

An exuberant 20th-anniversary show presents two contrasting premieres. Read my full review for The i Paper

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Balletboyz – Deluxe, Sadler’s Wells

Thrilling and energetic, this Covid-postponed tour for the all-male company was a reminder of just what we’ve been missing. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Dance for Ukraine, London Coliseum

Ivan Putrov and Alina Cojocaru raised money, and spirits, with their triumphant fundraising gala. Read my full Telegraph report here

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Carlos Acosta: ‘I hate being predictable’

I spoke to the dancer and Birmingham Royal Ballet head about recovery, diversity and Dance Passion. Read my full interview for The i Paper here

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Moulin Rouge! Leads January’s Top 10 New London Shows

From a spectacular jukebox musical to a Caryl Churchill revival and Florence Nightingale-inspired ballet. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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Romeo and Juliet, Royal Albert Hall

Sergei Polunin finds his redemption, but Alina Cojocaru’s the star in this new production. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Swan Dive by Georgina Pazcoguin review: this is ballet’s MeToo moment

In every company class, New York City Ballet dancer Georgina Pazcoguin would be greeted by principal Amar Ramasar making a suggestive comment and tweaking her nipples. Read my full Telegraph book review here

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