sat 22/06/2024

Jenny Gilbert

Articles By Jenny Gilbert

Elizabeth, Barbican review - royal romance under scrutiny

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Unbound: A Festival of New Works, War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco review - ballet invests in its future

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Describe the Night, Hampstead Theatre review - epic take on the mythology of Putin

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Obsidian Tear / Marguerite and Armand / Elite Syncopations, Royal Opera House review - an evening of high-performance mismatch

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Richard Alston, Mid Century Modern, Sadler's Wells review - a master choreographer clocks up 50 years

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The Plough and the Stars, Lyric Hammersmith review - trenchant reimagining of Irish classic

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Returning to Haifa, Finborough Theatre review - a bumpy journey into the Arab-Israeli past

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Macbeth, Wilton's Music Hall review - incisive and thrilling dance theatre

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Mary Stuart, Duke of York's Theatre review - superb teamwork from Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams in Schiller's thriller

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Cinderella, Sadler's Wells review - Matthew Bourne puts Cinderella through the Blitz

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Misalliance, Orange Tree Theatre review - smashing Edwardian comedy is a festive treat

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The Nutcracker, Royal Ballet review - superb start to the festive dance season

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Poison, Orange Tree Theatre review - study of grief is both courageous and subtle

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Triple Bill, Royal Ballet review - Arthur Pita's 'Wind' is a howling success

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Kenneth MacMillan: A National Celebration, Programmes 2 & 3, Royal Opera House review - abhorrent to sublime

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Michael Clark Company, Barbican Theatre review - bad boy of dance comes good

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