11 April 2014 at 10.20am | 44 Comments
— Caroline Spender (@CarolineSpender) April 11, 2014
Act 2 my favourite, so much fun and just the most gorgeous tree, definitely my favourite bit of set I've seen for some time! #ROHtale
— allie.duthie (@allie_duthie) April 10, 2014
Disappointed by #ROHTale promising Act I, Boring Act II and as for Act III? Meh! Not a work I would want to see again
— Mark S Jones (@StrictlyOsprey) April 10, 2014
I wondered how this complicated story cld be told by dance but turned out it was easier to understand without words. #ROHtale
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) April 10, 2014
#ROHtale Noone does tortured like Watson, Lamb sweet as Perdita, with lively act 2. BUT biggest applause was for act 2 scenery green tree
— R Macrae-Gibson (@RMGCat) April 10, 2014
#ROHtale amazing. In the play the Bohemia scenes are hard going but in the ballet they are pure joy. Congrats to all.
— Ann Fox (@anniefoxputney) April 10, 2014
#ROHTale Would have liked the encounter between Leontes & Polixenes had more to it, but story was strongly delivered & work is a keeper :)
— The Ballet Bag (@theballetbag) April 10, 2014
#ROHTale was magnificent: it's got to be Wheeldon's best work yet.
— Margaret B (@MMB_1990) April 10, 2014
Wheeldon's Corps choreography in Act II of #ROHtale is just brilliant - energetic, intricate, and beautiful.
— DaveTriesBallet (@DaveTriesBallet) April 10, 2014
Wow didn't expect such subdued yet absolutely sublime ending. Proves Shakespeare can be a ballet. Well done Wheeldon & co #rohtale
— Liam Tang (@Liam_Tang) April 10, 2014
The bear as depicted neatly got them out of a hole, but many at stalls level missed it. I'm told it worked really well higher up #ROHTale
— Chris (@ManInSeatD26) April 11, 2014
Standing ovation from the entire stalls, well deserved. #ROHtale is pure RB
— sandra (@bicoated) April 10, 2014
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