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ParisAkram Khan's Giselle

Akram Khan's Giselle
Lamagna: Giselle
Akram Khan; English National Ballet; Gavin Sutherland; Tim Yip; Mark Henderson

LondonAkram Khan's Creature

© Jason Bell
Lamagna: Creature
Akram Khan; English National Ballet; Tim Yip; Michael Hulls

BristolAkram Khan's Creature

© Jason Bell
Lamagna: Creature
Akram Khan; English National Ballet; Tim Yip; Michael Hulls

ChicagoAkram Khan's Creature

© Jason Bell
Lamagna: Creature
Akram Khan; English National Ballet; Tim Yip; Michael Hulls
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Tamara Rojo leads from the front in Akram Khan’s Giselle

Tamara Rojo (Giselle) © Laurent Liotardo
Akram Khan's bold reimagining of Giselle continues to go from strength to strength. After touring to venues from Moscow to Chicago, it returns to Sadler's Wells. 
*****
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Akram Khan's Until the Lions returns to the Roundhouse

Akram Khan Company, Until the Lions © Jean-Louis Fernandez
Three years after its première, Until the Lions returns to the Roundhouse, still an extraordinary theatrical experience: mesmerising, atmospheric, sensory and strangely sensual 
****1
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Pulsating and poetic: Akram Khan’s Giselle returns

The Wilis © Laurent Liotardo
Poetry infuses Tamara Rojo’s every step as Giselle in Akram Khan contemporary update of a ballet classic. 
*****
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A Masterpiece: Akram Khan's Giselle

Tamara Rojo (Giselle) and English National Ballet © Laurent Liotardo
The invention, clarity and freshness of the choreography is breathtaking throughout, made even more so by outstanding performance. This new Giselle is a masterpiece, taking English National Ballet to new heights.
*****
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Akram Khan's Giselle at English National Ballet

Alina Cojocaru and Isaac Hernandez © Laurent Liotardo
English National Ballet scores another triumph with Akram Khan's darkly reimagined interpretation of the greatest of all Romantic ballets.
****1
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