Your Reaction: What did you think of The Royal Ballet's The Cellist/Dances at a Gathering?
Audience and press reviews of a mixed programme that features a world premiere from Cathy Marston, inspired by the life of Jacqueline du Pré.
Woke up this morning still feeling great from watching @LondonBallerina give a career best performance as Jacqueline du Pré in the world premiere of The cellist! She was amazing, ethereal, strong and fragile, one of the best in @TheRoyalBallet this season #ROHcellistmixed 5*— Ioannis Touras (@itouras) February 18, 2020
#ROHCellistMixed really worked for me. Dances at a Gathering i really enjoyed and found it set a sort of 60s/70s feel. The Cellist told its tragic story well. All three leads excellent and appropriately fantastic solo cello. Not sure all the choreography for the corps worked.— Andrew Clark (@AndrewClarkArch) February 17, 2020
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The Royal Ballet's Mixed Programme runs until 4 March 2020. Tickets are still available.
The programme will be relayed live to cinemas around the world on 25 February 2020. Find your nearest cinema and sign up to our mailing list.
The mixed programme is staged with generous philanthropic support from The Taylor Family Foundation, Julia and Hans Rausing, The JP Jacobs Charitable Trust and The New Choreography Syndicate.
The Cellist is staged with generous philanthropic support from Sir Lloyd and Lady Dorfman, Simon and Virginia Robertson, Victoria Robey OBE, Sue Butcher and ROH Young Philanthropists.