wed 22/09/2021

Jenny Gilbert

Articles By Jenny Gilbert

Hofesh Shechter Company, Double Murder, Sadler's Wells review - a well-intentioned but misjudged double bill

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Beauty Mixed Programme, Royal Ballet review - no dancers? No problem

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theartsdesk Q&A: choreographer Christopher Scott

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Solstice, English National Ballet, RFH review - a midsummer treat

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British Ballet Charity Gala, Royal Albert Hall review - a celebration of sorts

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Balanchine and Robbins, The Royal Ballet review - style and substance

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The Royal Ballet: 21st-Century Choreographers review - dancers rise to fresh challenges

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Reunion: An Evening with English National Ballet review - back on stage and fabulous

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New York City Ballet 2021 Spring Gala online review - Balanchine and Robbins shine in a dark theatre

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The Royal Ballet - variations on a comeback

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Best of 2020: Dance

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The Nutcracker: an end-of-year obituary

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The Seven Deadly Sins, Opera North online review - viscerally thrilling

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The Royal Ballet: Live, Within the Golden Hour review - stunning, joyous dance

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Birmingham Royal Ballet, Sadler's Wells review - onward and upward

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The Royal Ballet: Back on Stage review - fireworks in the Garden

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