8 February 2017 at 10.25pm | 43 Comments
— Robert H. (@cultrobot84) February 8, 2017
#ROHwoolf most beautiful and complex art I have seen for a long time. Max Richter score beyond words.
— Kate Jury (@katetanyajury) February 8, 2017
Raw emotion laid bare by Alessandra Ferri tonight #ROHwoolf Stunning!
— Carol Morris (@morriscarol2) February 8, 2017
— Murdochian-Hobbit (@andorinha86) February 8, 2017
— Jules Fell (@JuliaFelly) February 8, 2017
#ROHwoolf Simply spectacular. A moment in life when it all makes sense. What talent, God given. Feeling privileged.
— Sarah (@sarahjunor) February 8, 2017
just finished watching #ROHwoolf OMG it was exhausitng, Brilliant brilliant stuff Music by Max Richter awesome,
— Reynard Muldrake (@Rmuldrake) February 8, 2017
Alessandra Ferri - stunning inspiring - awesome in the proper sense #ROHwoolf
— Laura Brennan (@HistorianLaura) February 8, 2017
The gold costumes are immense. Wayne McGregor, were not worthy! #ROHwoolf
— Abi Silvester (@absinthecity) February 8, 2017
What about those responsible for staging, lightning and wardrobe ? Could they be more in tune? Big applause for them #ROHwoolf
— Carlota (@BCNCarlota) February 8, 2017
'Tuesday' ends with a heartbreak that's somehow also an affirmation. Thank you #ROHwoolf. I don't think there's a dry eye in the house.
— Stephanie Saulter (@scriptopus) February 8, 2017
My first live into cinema broadcast #ROHwoolf - sublime and entrancing!
— Truda Spruyt (@TrudaSpruyt) February 8, 2017
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