Tagged in ROYAL BALLET

The Royal Ballet's First New Swan Lake For 31 Years Was Worth The Wait

The Royal Ballet's First New Swan Lake For 31 Years Was Worth The Wait

A sure-fire hit. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Royal Ballet Proves That Variety Is The Spice Of Life

Royal Ballet Proves That Variety Is The Spice Of Life

From abstract dance to stories about unrequited love. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Royal Ballet's New Triple Bill Celebrates West Side Story Composer

Royal Ballet's New Triple Bill Celebrates West Side Story Composer

A mixed bill of slightly mixed fortunes. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
The Best Dance Shows To See In London This Spring

The Best Dance Shows To See In London This Spring

A very special Swan Lake. | By Sam Smith
Chase Away Those Winter Blues With The Royal Ballet

Chase Away Those Winter Blues With The Royal Ballet

Escapism of the highest quality. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
11 Secrets Of London's Royal Opera House

11 Secrets Of London's Royal Opera House

Third time lucky. | By Zoe Craig
Royal Ballet's Frankenstein Is Brilliantly Brutal

Royal Ballet's Frankenstein Is Brilliantly Brutal

A horror classic, danced. | By Sarah Stewart ★★★★☆
Giselle With Popcorn: Ballet Comes To Cinemas In London And Beyond

Giselle With Popcorn: Ballet Comes To Cinemas In London And Beyond

The ultimate romantic ballet on the big screen. | By Sam Smith
Review: Royal Ballet Scales The Heights In An All-Contemporary Programme

Review: Royal Ballet Scales The Heights In An All-Contemporary Programme

One choreographer, three varied delights at Covent Garden. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Review: Royal Ballet On Top Form In Varied Double Bill

Review: Royal Ballet On Top Form In Varied Double Bill

Two works from its founder choreographer, Frederick Ashton. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Top Ballet Dancer Dazzles With Some Help From His Friends

Top Ballet Dancer Dazzles With Some Help From His Friends

One of the last chances to catch this enigma before he retires. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Preview: Royal Ballet To Showcase Two Works From Its Founder Choreographer

Preview: Royal Ballet To Showcase Two Works From Its Founder Choreographer

A double bill from the peerless Frederick Ashton. | By Sam Smith
See The Royal Opera House's History In Silk

See The Royal Opera House's History In Silk

Artist creates a huge painted silk display. | By Zoe Craig
Ballet La Fille Mal Gardée Is As Light-Hearted And Comical As They Come

Ballet La Fille Mal Gardée Is As Light-Hearted And Comical As They Come

Riotous classic returns to the Royal Opera House. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Swan Lake: First Rate Ballet On Stage And Screen

Swan Lake: First Rate Ballet On Stage And Screen

Anthony Dowell's production returns to the Royal Opera House. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Buried Desires In Royal Ballet's Onegin

Buried Desires In Royal Ballet's Onegin

Great performances in the Royal's adaptation of Pushkin's classic. | By Lise Smith ★★★★☆
Don Quixote: Brilliant Ballet Served Up With Spanish Pizzazz

Don Quixote: Brilliant Ballet Served Up With Spanish Pizzazz

Carlos Acosta's 2013 version of the Russian classic enjoys its first revival. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Captivating Revival Of Manon From The Royal Ballet

Captivating Revival Of Manon From The Royal Ballet

Forty year old production feels as fresh as ever. | By Sam Smith
Murder And Minimalism From The Royal Ballet

Murder And Minimalism From The Royal Ballet

Works from the 20th and 21st centuries. | By Sam Smith
The Winter’s Tale Proves The Perfect Spring Treat

The Winter’s Tale Proves The Perfect Spring Treat

Shakespeare play gets the ballet treatment for the first time. | By Sam Smith
Triple Triumph From The Royal Ballet

Triple Triumph From The Royal Ballet

Three wonderful pieces of music, three brilliantly danced ballets. | By Sam Smith
Three Shows To Turn You On To Dance This Autumn

Three Shows To Turn You On To Dance This Autumn

Breathtaking ballet, a twist on tango, and a glimpse of Jarvis Cocker. | By Lindsey
Raven Girl: Eclectic Mix Of Old And New From The Royal Ballet

Raven Girl: Eclectic Mix Of Old And New From The Royal Ballet

A humble postman and raven give birth to a girl who can neither speak nor fly... | By Sam Smith
Dance Review: La Bayadère, Royal Opera House

Dance Review: La Bayadère, Royal Opera House

Spicy Indian melodrama served up ballet-style with strong performances at Covent Garden. | By Lise Smith