Articles by Cristina de Lucas

Cristina de Lucas

Ballet Nacional de España’s Sorolla: a disapointing collage of Spanish dances

By , 14 November 2017
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Victor Ullate’s Carmen seduces Madrid

By , 01 September 2017
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Death not passion at the heart of Johan Inger’s Carmen

By , 17 June 2017
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Virtuosity without drama in the Cuban Giselle

By , 12 May 2017
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Les Ballets de Monte Carlo’s Romeo and Juliet: fate and grace.

By , 12 February 2017
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Powerful performances in Kenneth MacMillan’s The Invitation at the Royal Ballet

By , 02 June 2016
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Akram Khan’s Kaash Revisited

By , 05 March 2016
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A very physical yet enigmatic and vague Sacre

By , 13 November 2015
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Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Variations Triple Bill at Sadler’s Wells

By , 18 October 2015
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Bournonville via Australia: Queensland Ballet brings Schaufuss' La Sylphide to London

By , 07 August 2015
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ENB at Sadler’s Wells: Modern Masters for a new partnership

By , 12 March 2015
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The Associates at Sadler’s Wells: new horizons

By , 08 February 2015
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English National Ballet’s Nutcracker: nearly there.

By , 13 December 2014
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Dance Dialogues with Thomas Adès

By , 02 November 2014
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NEBT at Peacock Theatre: The future is here

By , 04 July 2014
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Outstanding performances in ENB’s Romeo & Juliet in-the-round

By , 13 June 2014
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Scottish Ballet in Pastor's Romeo & Juliet: A tragedy of eternal rivalry

By , 16 May 2014
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Miguel Poveda brings warmth and depth to the Flamenco Festival

By , 06 March 2014
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Arthur Pita creates a small gem for Ballet Black in London

By , 28 February 2014
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London International Mime Festival: Compagnie 111's What's Become of You?

By , 01 February 2014
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