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Nao Sakuma, David Bintley’s “Aladdin”, Birmingham Royal Ballet

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Beauty and the Beast - Birmingham Royal Ballet - review

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Beauty and the Beast is an enchanting tale, thoughtfully choreographed, danced and acted with commitment and skill, and intricately crafted. 598 more words


Birmingham Royal Ballet in Shadows of War, Sadler's Wells, Saturday 18th October evening - Maggie Watson reviews

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s triple bill with ballets by Kenneth MacMillan, Gillian Lynne after Robert Helpmann, and David Bintley, is a subtle commemoration of the centenary of the First World War. 502 more words


Shadows of War - Birmingham Royal Ballet: Sadlers Wells, London, 17 October 2014

Don’t mention the war!

Rightly, 2014 has seen plenty of commemorations of the start of the First World War but Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Shadows of War… 471 more words


The Prince And I

For someone who has always wanted to learn ballet, I sure took my time to actually go see a production of one. Birmingham Royal Ballet’s… 625 more words

Beauty And The Beast

Hobson's Choice, terpsichorean version

choreography: David Bintley
music: Paul Reade

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James Barton on BRB and rehearsing with a legend...

Birmingham Royal Ballet Soloist, James Barton blogs about his time with BRB and working with Dame Gillian Lynne on ‘Miracle in the Gorbals’…

I started dancing at a very young age but never really specialised in one thing. 985 more words