8 November 2014 at 10.31am | 3 Comments
Loved #ROHage, each character their own and dancing their own story. Great cast chemistry. Kept me guessing the whole way through.
— Catchip (@catchip) November 7, 2014
I was never *not* gonna like a ballet with handsome sailors, sexual tension and booze, but #rohage was outrageously fantastic.
— Butterball (@Lil_butterball) November 7, 2014
#ROHage Loved it. Like a Hopper painting brought to life.
— Christophe Gregoire (@southlondonista) November 7, 2014
— Kate Aldridge (@KateAldridgeUK) November 7, 2014
#rohinnocence is like seeing a novel with fluid movements and deep emotions. Amazing projection and lighting too.
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) November 7, 2014
So #ROHInnocence is the wannabe DonGiovanni of ballet, lots of projections, little dancing.
— Sebastian (@Sebastian_G_A) November 7, 2014
— yassyk (@balletyas) November 7, 2014
Very moving #ROHaeternum final pd2. Part 2 seems to have lost some precision & energy but v enjoyable. Great to see it back on stage :)
— Fedja Hadrovich (@Hadrovich) November 7, 2014
@MNunezOfficial once again exceptionally beautiful and haunting in Aeternum, still just as powerful the second time around. Speechless.
— Lucy Alder (@lodilea) November 7, 2014
What did you think of Ceremony of Innocence / The Age of Anxiety / Aeternum?
The Royal Ballet's mixed programme of Ceremony of Innocence, The Age of Anxiety and Aeternum and runs from 7–17 November 2014. Tickets are still available.
The programme is given with generous philanthropic support from Richard and Delia Baker (Ceremony of Innocence) Simon and Virginia Robertson, Kenneth and Susan Green, Karl and Holly Peterson, The Age of Anxiety Production Syndicate, the Friends of Covent Garden and an anonymous donor (The Age of Anxiety) and The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund.