11 February 2015 at 10.22am | 23 Comments
— Lee McLernon (@bangorballetboy) February 10, 2015
— Michael Potter (@MichaelPotter) February 11, 2015
— Mimi Doulton (@MimiDoulton) February 10, 2015
Nunez stunning. Acosta still got it. Swans beautiful. Avis deliciously evil. #ROHSwanLake
— Alys Swan-Jackson (@jacksonswan) February 10, 2015
— Vampire Soup (@VampireSoup) February 10, 2015
Outstanding dancing from Nunez and Acosta. Beautiful Swan Lake from the Royal Ballet. Not the most comfortable seats but good view.
— Kevin Mort (@KEVINMORT) February 10, 2015
— Madeleine Wood (@maddiealicewood) February 10, 2015
— Julien (@LondonJulien) February 10, 2015
Breathtaking Swan Lake @RoyalOperaHouse No matter how often I've seen it, it's always like the very 1st time!
— T.M.Lange (@Cheekylange) February 10, 2015
What did you think of Swan Lake?
The production will be broadcast live to cinemas around the world on 17 March 2015. Find your nearest cinema.
The production is given with generous philanthropic support from Celia Blakey, John and Susan Burns, Doug and Ceri King, Peter Lloyd and Gail Ronson. Original Production (1987) and revival (2000) supported by The Linbury Trust.