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Articles tagged with "costume"

Debate: Are tutus old-fashioned or a vital part of ballet's heritage and identity?

7 April 2015

The definitive piece of ballet costume has been around for nearly 200 years, but is it still relevant in the 21st century?

Degree in Costume Construction to begin in September 2015

30 March 2015

BA (Hons.) course will focus on the cutting and making of costumes for opera, ballet, theatre, film and TV.

Winners of the 2015 Design Challenge Competition announced

27 March 2015

Students take on the challenge of creating designs for Madama Butterfly as part of this year's competition.

Behind the scenes in the Costume Department

4 September 2014

How tailor Jay Francois-Campbell gets ready for the new ROH Season.

Welcome Performances: A fun introduction for opera and ballet first-timers

20 January 2014

Events give families the chance to attend world-class productions for a fraction of the usual cost.

Quit horsing around: The Royal Ballet in costume

12 December 2013

Choreographers and designers have had a field day animalizing their dancers. We share some of our favourite examples.

Emeralds, Rubies and Diamonds: Adding the sparkle to The Royal Ballet's Jewels

25 November 2013

With George Balanchine's celebration of gems returning, a glimpse into the ROH Costume Department.

Listen: A glimpse into the Opera Footwear department

20 November 2013

Supervisor Cheryl Knight speaks to BBC Radio 4 and reveals how shoes are key to a great on stage performance.

New Costume Centre to be built in Thurrock

24 October 2013

Centre will house workshops, storage and offer training and qualifications in Costume for students.

Fresh as paint: Bringing Turandot to the stage

9 September 2013

How Puccini’s oriental fantasy is re-created in one of The Royal Opera’s largest and impressive productions.

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