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Artiste: David Bintley

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TokyoNew Year Ballet

New Year Ballet
Minkus, Stravinsky, Jeffes
Marius Petipa; George Balanchine; David Bintley; The National Ballet of Japan; Paul Murphy; Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra
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Traditional to the core: BRB's Giselle returns

Momoko Hirata (Giselle) and César Morales (Albrecht) © Bill Cooper
The welcome return of a thoughtful interpretation of this much-loved ballet  

Birmingham Royal Ballet's Beauty and the Beast

Delia Mathews (Bell) and Tyrone Singleton (the Beast) © Bill Cooper
A sumptuously designed example of English ballet at its best 

BRB's The Nutcracker* lights up the Royal Albert Hall

Birmingham Royal Ballet in The Nutcracker at the Royal Albert Hall © Annabel Moeller
A unique marriage of production and performance space provides a spactacle synonymous withe spirit of Christmas 

BRB's Fire and Fury opens at Sadler's Wells

Max Maslen (Le Roi), Tyrone Singleton (Cardinal Mazarin) and artists of BRB in The King Dances © Andrew Ross
Birmingham Royal Ballet presents a double bill subtitled ‘Two ballets fuelled by power and politics’ as part of David Bintley’s last season as director. 

Plenty of life in Bintley's Penguin Café

Ruth Brill (The Great Auk) in Bintley's 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café © Andy Ross
It starts like a scene from Mary Poppins, with penguin waiters nimbly weaving between waltzing couples, but ends with a deft blow to the stomach to deliver its environmental message.