Your reaction: The Nutcracker in cinemas
What did you think of The Royal Ballet's Christmas production on the silver screen?
12 December 2013 at 10.00pm | 76 Comments
Laura Morera as The Sugar Plum Fairy and Federico Bonelli as The Prince in The Nutcracker © ROH / Tristram Kenton 2013
Loved Act II especially the dance of the sugar plum fairy, always sends shivers down my back as soon as I hear the music #ROHnutcracker
— Lucy (@LVHA21) December 12, 2013
— Aisha (@Kandrewz) December 12, 2013
#ROHnutcracker does anyone else feel sorry for the mice? Herr D. killed 1/2 their population – they only turn his nephew into a nutcracker??
— Sandy (@Nw3guy) December 12, 2013
— DaveTriesBallet (@DaveTriesBallet) December 12, 2013
Clara: impossibly beautiful, elegant and graceful. Superb performance. #ROHnutcracker
— Simon Cope (@simonjcope) December 12, 2013
Very beautiful ballet, stunned by the amount of glitter the sugarplum fairy had on her hair. #ROHnutcracker
— Griff Griff (@sophaayyapril) December 12, 2013
Wow – those Sugarplums sure can dance!! #ROHnutcracker
— Jo Henderson (@joceejo) December 12, 2013
— Remco Broekmans (@RemcoBroekmans) December 12, 2013
— CAP Dance & Fitness (@CAPDanceFitness) December 12, 2013
Gorgeous sugarplum fairy solo and all around wonderful act 2! #ROHnutcracker
— Denise Terpstra (@DeniseTerpstra) December 12, 2013
Amazing Nutcracker performance in the London Royal Opera House from Madrid!! Awsome! #ROHnutcracker
— Raquel Marín (@RachelMVaquero) December 12, 2013
— Tina (@someonesMartina) December 12, 2013
What did you think of The Nutcracker in cinemas?
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The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Lady Jarvis and The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund.
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