Reviews for Triple Bill

  1. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Graham Watts, Friday 9 June 2006 — Performance: 5-9 June

    This final week of the Royal Ballet’s Season is devoted to a mixed bill that celebrates the company’s 75th anniversary by featuring work from each decade of its life so far. Rolling back these years … Continue Reading

  2. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Monday 12 June 2006Performance 5-9 June

    ‘The season ends.Seventy-five years have passed. Glories there have been, and are, and – please Heaven – will continue to be. To our national ballet, admiration, love, gratitude. Onward!’ 

  3. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review David Dougill, Sunday Times, Monday 12 June 2006Performance 5-9 June

    ‘Apart from the artistic heritage of the ballets themselves — all of them native, made by British choreographers — what this mixed programme offered was a magnificent parade of outstanding dancers in stunning performances.’ 

  4. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 12 June 2006Performance 5-9 June

    ‘There was no template for British ballet. No one had used those two words together before. So the fact that, 75 years on, that company’s distinct British take on classical dance is globally recognised and admired is an achievement to toast in style.’ 

  5. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Zoë Anderson , Independent, Friday 9 June 2006Performance 5-9 June

    ‘The Betrayed Girl is Laura Morera, dancing superbly this season. Each thought is vividly portrayed, with a directness that makes the ballet spontaneous.’  

  6. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Friday 9 June 2006Performance 5-9 June

    “There are some stellar moments: Carlos Acosta and Tamara Rojo making time stand still in the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet, Edward Watson and Leanne Benjamin taut, implacable and sexy in Wayne McGregor’s Qualia.”  

  7. Royal Ballet in Triple Bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Sarah Crompton, Telegraph, Friday 9 June 2006Performance 5-9 June

    ‘This is a fantastically enjoyable evening. The Royal Ballet puts on its best frock and celebrates its 75th birthday in exhilarating style – and, in so doing, reclaims its history, taking it out of the box marked “delicate” and transforming it int… 

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