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Performer: John B. Read

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ViennaMacMillan | McGregor | Ashton

Shostakovich, Various, Liszt
Sir Kenneth MacMillan; Wayne McGregor; Sir Frederick Ashton; Vienna State Ballet; Deborah MacMillan; Ursula Bombshell; Charles Balfour

HelsinkiLa Bayadère

Minkus: La Bayadère
Natalia Makarova; Marius Petipa; Finnish National Ballet; Benjamin Pope; Pier Luigi Samaritani; Anna Kontek; John B. Read

PragueTimeless

Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Stravinsky
George Balanchine; Emanuel Gat; Glen Tetley; Czech National Ballet; David Švec; Václav Zahradník; Nadine Baylis; Roman Šolc

TorontoNew Pite & Chroma & Marguerite and Armand

Talbot, Liszt
Crystal Pite; Wayne McGregor; Sir Frederick Ashton; National Ballet of Canada; Jay Gower Taylor; Nancy Bryant; Tom Visser; John Pawson

LondonTombeaux / Preludes / Symphonic Dances

Walton, Satie, Rachmaninov
David Bintley; Liam Scarlett; Sir Frederick Ashton; The Royal Ballet; Alondra de la Parra; Jon Morrell; Keso Dekker; David Finn
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Francesca Hayward an enchanting Swanilda in Royal Ballet's Coppélia

Francesca Hayward (Swanilda) and Gary Avis (Dr Coppélius) © ROH | Bill Cooper
A ballet of charming nonsense, led by a triumvirate of exceptional performances 
****1
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A triple bill of mixed delights at The Royal Ballet

Concerto: Reece Clarke and Lauren Cuthbertson © ROH | Tristram Kenton
The first mixed programme of the new season is led by a stellar cast.
****1
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The Royal Ballet keeps the Cunningham flame aglow

Francesca Hayward, Matthew Ball and Mayara Magri in Cross Currents © ROH | Bill Cooper
A brief but innovative tribute to the lasting influence of Merce Cunningham in the Linbury Theatre
****1
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MacMillan’s Manon remains as irresistible as ever

Sarah Lamb (Manon) and Vadim Muntagirov (des Grieux) © ROH | Alice Pennefather (2014)
The Royal Ballet season opens with a MacMillan favourite, his ballet adaptation of a novel more familiar for its operatic treatment. 
****1
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Exquisite woe with BRB's star-crossed lovers

© Bill Cooper
As part of their Shakespeare400 celebration, BRB give a touching account of the Bard's timeless classic Romeo and Juliet.
****1
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