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Jan McNulty

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  1. I've changed the title to include the company name as there are other companies doing the Nutcracker in London this year (ENB & BRB of course!)
  2. Marion was a star when I first started watching ballet and she is still a star now. Very best wishes to Marion for her (fortunately semi-) retirement.
  3. Marion Tait to step down as Assistant Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet Photo credit: Andrew Ross Marion Tait CBE will step down from her role as Assistant Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet on 31 December 2020. Marion will still be very much part of the Birmingham Royal Ballet family and, from January, will be working part time, rehearsing and coaching the Company dancers, continuing to impart her years of skill and wisdom. Marion said: The present situation with Covid-19, has made it impossible for me to fulfil such a crucial role at
  4. Doesn’t look like it at that length. Alternative - if you look at first part right to end and leave the screen 3 small images appear. One is the link to part 2.
  5. I found it quite hard to see the 2 sections of the performance and I have no idea why it was split up in this way but I think that although it looks as though I am taking you to the same page on the website twice it should take you to the 2 links. Part 1: https://www.brb.org.uk/brb-at-30 Part 2: https://www.brb.org.uk/brb-at-30
  6. So I was glued to my screen at 8pm on Thursday for an evening celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet becoming Birmingham Royal Ballet. The evening started with a zoomed speech from a Birmingham councillor saying what the company meant to the city and as well as the performed pieces it included interviews with 2 of the participants from the memorable Ballet Hoo! and about Dance Track. Carlos Acosta introduced the evening and spoke lovingly about the City of Birmingham, the company he now directs and its dancers and heritage repertoire. The dance
  7. Links - Saturday 21 November, 2020 Obituary - Don Cantwell, AD Charleston Ballet: Staff, Live 5 Feature - Robert Battle, AD Alvin Ailey: Victoria Looseleaf, Fjord Review Streamed Reviews - Birmingham Royal Ballet, 30th Anniversary Performance: David Mead, Seeing Dance Gerard Davis, Dancing Review Streamed Features - Scottish Ballet, The Swan: Ashley Davies, Times Lorna Irvine, Fjord Review Live Review - West Australian Ballet, GALA, Perth: Graeme Watson, Out in Perth News - English Nati
  8. Which is not entirely accurate. Of the current roster the following dancers have Elmhurst on their bio (around 10% of the current company): Rosanna Ely Ryan Felix Miles Gilliver Emma Price Hamish Scott Joseph Taylor Other dancers, now left, also came through Elmhurst including James Barton and Nathanael Skelton who were the first 2 accepted into the company after the relationship with the school was announced. If you look at the bios throughout the company the dancers come from very diverse backgrounds and different schools.
  9. We've received a very useful listing for what is happening between now and the new year: FESTIVE SEASON ROUNDUP 2020 (Nov - Dec) A-Z Ballo Arthur Pita presents The Little Match Girl 17 December to 27 December Sadler’s Wells, London For website link, please click here Christmas returns to Sadler’s Wells with performances of Ballo Arthur Pita’s magical family favourite The Little Match Girl, following five hugely successful Christmas seasons in the Lilian Baylis Studio. Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic story, director and choreogra
  10. Links - Friday 20 November, 2020 Live Review - Royal New Zealand Ballet, Sleeping Beauty, Christchurch: Kerri Fitzgerald, NZ TheatreView Live Review - West Australian Ballet, GALA, Perth: Rita Clarke, Limelight Streamed Review - Royal Ballet, Within the Golden Hour: Joy Sable, Jewish Chronicle News - Save a seat this Christmas - fundraising campaign for Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Birmingham Rep: News Desk, Broadway World Streaming Preview - Ballets Jazz de Montréal, Approximately Close: Anna Asimakopulos, CBC
  11. Links - Thursday 19 November, 2020 Streamed Review - Pacific Northwest Ballet, Rep 2: Annie Nikunen, Bachtrack News - Boston Ballet’s virtual season: Jed Gottlieb, Boston Herald News - Houston Ballet goes digital until June 2021 (including Nutcracker): Molly Grenzer, Houston Chronicle Emma Schkloven, Houstonia Feature - Running the Paris Opera was never going to be easy: Roslyn Sulcas, NY Times Feature - Donald Byrd, choreographer: Garnet Henderson, Dance Magazine Feature - Stitched into neighbourhood
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