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Three Short Story Ballets – Birmingham Hippodrome

A ballerina is held aloft atop a pyramid of dancers

Music: Igor Stravinsky, John Harle, Arthur Sullivan Choreography: Michael Corder, Ruth Brill, John Cranko Reviewer: Daljinder Johal The Birmingham Royal Ballet has treated audiences with its summer season featuring three wonderful short story ballets including Arcadia. As seen as publicity posters, it allows First Artist Ruth Brill, to now make a name for herself as a choreographer. However, don't be ...

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Birmingham Royal Ballet: Romeo and Juliet – The Lowry, Salford

Birmingham Royal Ballet 's Romeo and Juliet

Music: Sergei Prokofiev Choreography: Kenneth MacMillan Artistic Director: David Bintley CBE Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Romeo and Juliet is an established ballet classic around the world, as well as a cornerstone of the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s repertoire. In this year celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare it still seems an important representation of the man’s work. This production was first choreographed by ...

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