sat 22/06/2024

Jenny Gilbert

Articles By Jenny Gilbert

Ballet Nights, Lanterns Studio Theatre review - dance gets its own cabaret season

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Ailey 2, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury review - young, black and fabulous

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Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras, Sadler's Wells - a roaring start to the Flamenco Festival

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Untitled, 2023 / Corybantic Games / Anastasia Act III, Royal Ballet review - a magnificent end to the season

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Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT1), Sadler's Wells review - an extinction rebellion in dance

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Cinderella, Royal Ballet review - the first British ballet learns the language of flowers

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Tom Dale Company, The Place review - immersive and genre-busting

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Turn It Out with Tiler Peck, Sadler's Wells review - America's ballet wonder-woman raises the barre

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The Sacrifice, Dada Masilo, Brighton Dome review - eye-popping dance from South Africa

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Julie Cunningham & Co, Sadler's Wells review - a fine piece of work, with added spice

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Swan Lake, English National Ballet, Coliseum review - the story of a deluded prince

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Best of 2022: Dance

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Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty, Sadler's Wells review - a gothic romance with loads of goth and not much love

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Ruination, Linbury Theatre review - Medea gets a makeover

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English National Ballet: Ek, Forsythe, Quagebeur review - two masters, two marvels

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Birmingham Royal Ballet: Into the Music, Sadler's Wells review - a visual and aural feast

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