19 January 2019 at 1.40pm | 16 Comments
Queen Nela smashing that Asphodel Meadows! What a legend she is #ROHasphodelmixed
— Barbara Zorzato (@barbaralzorzato) January 18, 2019
I liked Asphodel Meadows more than I expected to, as the choreography was quite classical & the music was pleasant. However without any sort of narrative/plot I wasn't sure what the point of it was. #ROHAsphodelMixed
— Catriona (@AuroraEstella) January 18, 2019
@TheRoyalBallet Two Pigeons was brill last night. True camp, nothing but ballet (well, and doves) and ballet is plenty
— Stev (@adventsnore) January 19, 2019
— Mark Ronan (@mark1ronan) January 18, 2019
— The Ballet Bag (@theballetbag) January 18, 2019
What blissful magic Ashton's Two Pigeons is! Beautiful! #ROHasphodelmixed
— Nick Wellings (@Nick_Wellings) January 18, 2019
— Karen McLernon (@BBB_Mrs) January 18, 2019
— zosia kam (@zosiakam) January 18, 2019
— Simon Parris (@SimonManinChair) January 19, 2019
What did you think of Asphodel Meadows / The Two Pigeons?
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Asphodel Meadows / The Two Pigeons runs until 13 February. Tickets are still available.
The Mixed Programme is staged with generous philanthropic support from
Julia and Hans Rausing and the Paul Ferguson Memorial Fund. The Two Pigeons is staged with generous philanthropic support from Lindsay and Sarah Tomlinson and the Friends of Covent Garden.