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Articles tagged with "kevin o’hare"

The Royal Ballet and National Ballet of Canada to stage immersive production at London's Printworks in October 2017

22 May 2017

The UK premiere of Robert Binet's The Dreamers Ever Leave You will be staged at the former home of the Metro and Evening Standard newspapers' printing operations.

The Royal Ballet to join forces with Hull dancers to perform Swan Lake across the city

28 February 2017

The Company will celebrate Hull as UK City of Culture 2017 with a day of Swan Lake-inspired activities and a gala evening at the New Theatre in September 2017.

Watch: Woolf Works Insight 2017

11 January 2017

Find out how Wayne McGregor adapted Virginia Woolf's writings for ballet, and get a closer look at the choreography.

Ballet Essentials: New works by Charlotte Edmonds and Robert Binet

7 November 2016

Our quick introduction to this programme of new works by young choreographers who have been mentored by Wayne McGregor.

Watch: Insights into Kenneth MacMillan’s Anastasia

21 September 2016

Get a glimpse into rehearsals for the much-anticipated revival of MacMillan's dramatic ballet based on the story of Anna Anderson.

The Royal Ballet run workshops to inspire children in Japanese earthquake zones

29 June 2016

Children in Kumamoto, many of whom have been unable to attend school recently, attended a workshop focused around Giselle.

Promotions and joiners at The Royal Ballet for 2016/17

10 June 2016

Promotions and joiners have been announced for The Royal Ballet's 2016/17 Season.

Watch: What it's like being a Young Choreographer with The Royal Ballet

26 May 2016

Charlotte Edmonds talks about the power of dance, working with Wayne McGregor and a changing landscape for choreographers.

Watch: The Nutcracker rehearsal live stream

25 November 2015

Watch Lauren Cuthbertson and Matthew Golding rehearsing the Christmas favourite via the Royal Opera House YouTube channel.

A Much-Loved Classic: Why Ashton’s The Two Pigeons is making a long-awaited return to the stage

16 November 2015

Our audiences have pushed for a revival of this two-act work more than any other Ashton ballet, but what makes it so loved?

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