Category Archives: The Ballet

Edgar Degar 1834-1917

Wonderful      Wonderful     Wonderful. Funds and circumstances havent allowed me to step outside of Britain for 18 years.  But last week my daughter was blessed with a very special gift from her 91-year-old fairy Godmother.  A weekend … Continue reading

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“No, there was no hurricane that swept across the stage, there were just … people performing who moved differently then I knew and who moved me as I had never been moved before. After only a few moments I had … Continue reading

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The English National Ballet and Friedrich Ruckert

Black and White If there’s only one treat you shouldn’t deny yourself of this Lent, then It has to be this Ballet. It is an awkward ecliptic mix of the contemporary and classical and is by no means perfect. But … Continue reading

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