27 January 2014 at 10.03pm | 146 Comments
Fabulous #rohgiselle stage full of strong vengeful women. Corps de ballet. Wonderful and scary
— Poetry Divas (@PoetryDivas) January 27, 2014
Blown away by Giselle cinecast! Absolutely beautiful and heartbreaking #rohgiselle
— Rebecca Geller (@tbex) January 27, 2014
Amazing Soloists at #ROHGiselle but disappointed with the corps de ballet
— Dance Challenge™ (@Dance_Challenge) January 27, 2014
#ROHgiselle I am in floods of tears and clapping so hard. Don't care I am in the cinema! Wonderful! Just wonderful.
— Kaye Sedgwick (@kaye_sedgwick) January 27, 2014
Thank you very much indeed for a lovely evening. I stand amazed here in Karlstad, Sweden. #ROHgiselle
— Eel In (@MuddyNostril) January 27, 2014
#rohgiselle - clearly there is no gravity at ROH - Osipova absolutely amazing - tears in Tunbridge Wells
— Louise Sinclair (@LouiseLynes) January 27, 2014
#rohgiselle Osipova epitomises the method acting of the ballet - she IS Giselle! Exquisite performance x
— Elizabeth (@kerl_e) January 27, 2014
In tears watching #rohgiselle. Beautiful, heartbroken performance by Natalie Osipova.
— Georgina Carter (@glcarter) January 27, 2014
If you go down to the woods tonight you're sure of a big surprise/If you go down to the wood tonight you'd better go in disguise #ROHGiselle
— Vampire Soup (@VampireSoup) January 27, 2014
— Michael Potter (@MichaelPotter) January 27, 2014
So much expressed in every movement from Natalia Osipova in #ROHgiselle. Whole performance breathtaking.
— Sue Sheard (@trakkabase) January 27, 2014
Trying to estimate how many times I've seen Giselle without *ever* noticing that the wilis have wings... #ROHgiselle
— Mette (@mettewb) January 27, 2014
What did you think of Giselle?
Giselle runs from 26 February-15 April 2016. Tickets are still available.
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