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REVIEW - Swan Lake - Birmingham Royal Ballet (The Lowry)

Date: 23 september 2015
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Swan Lake has returned to The Lowry this September – in this lavish, romantic and stunningly beautiful production by the… 422 more words


THE KINGS DANCES at Birmingham Hippodrome

I was at the world premier of THE KINGS DANCES by Birmingham Royal Ballet at the Hippodrome.

“The ballet is freely based on “Le Ballet de la Nuit” from 1653. 208 more words


CARMINA BURANA at Birmingham Hippodrome

CARMINA BURANA was David Bintley’s first show for the Birmingham Royal Ballet in 1995. This production was revived to as part of a series to mark his successful twenty years at the helm of my favourite ballet company. 81 more words


Nao Sakuma

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