Reviews for La Fille mal gardée

  1. Royal Ballet in La Fille mal gardée at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Debra Craine, Times, Tuesday 2 May 2006Performance 21 April - 20 May

    “Frederick Ashton’s 1960 romantic comedy is still the happiest, most delightful, ballet you could ever hope to meet. Everyone on stage, milkmaids and dancing hens included, is swept up in the sheer pleasure of Ashton’s bucolic paradise.”  

  2. Royal Ballet in La Fille mal gardée at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Tuesday 2 May 2006Performance 21 April - 20 May

    “Miyako Yoshida is an enchanting Lise, her gentle wit and nuanced style concealing the role’s considerable technical demands.” 

  3. Royal Ballet in La Fille mal gardée at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Friday 28 April 2006Performance 21 April - 20 May

    “The Hispanic couple of Argentinian Marianela Nuñez and Cuban Carlos Acosta just crackled in each other’s company, in both the broadest strokes of movement and in the finest details.” 

  4. Royal Ballet in La Fille mal gardée at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Zoë Anderson, Independent, Friday 28 April 2006Performance 21 April - 20 May

    “Simone is danced by a man, in this case William Tuckett. He’s an irresistible Widow, all the funnier for the seriousness of his dancing.”  

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