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  1. I am not sure if anyone else has mentioned so apologies if so, but there is a delightful backstage photograph of some of Saturday evening's wonderful cast on Francesca Hayward's Instagram account. I do not post reviews, or post much at all really. I don't have the skill or technical knowledge and just greatly enjoy reading other people's comments. I can only say that Saturday's performance touched my heart and soul in a way I cannot explain. What a wonderful privilege to see such talented, dedicated young dancers giving their absolute all. I was blown away.
  2. There is going to be a piece on the ROH on the BBC London News which began at 6.30pm.
  3. I am not a member of Facebook and for something like this I just press the 'Not Now' button underneath 'sign-in'. Have just watched this (lovely!) with no problem. Hope that might help.
  4. I note ROH is working with the V&A on a major new exhibition exploring opera from its origins to present day. Do forum members better informed than myself know of anything similar for dance ever taking place? I recall the history of the Royal Ballet exhibition about seven years or so ago, but cannot call to mind anything else.
  5. http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/the-royal-ballets-edward-watson-i-still-come-in-every-day-and-want-to-be-better-a3431186.html This was in the Evening Standard a couple of days ago. I am sure there is a better way of me doing these links rather than something which seems to go on for 3 pages! Also, whilst not the most appropriate place, can I just say how much I enjoy reading the posts and reviews on this forum. I find it greatly enjoyable and informative.
  6. http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/the-red-shoes-ashley-shaw-and-cordelia-braithwaite-on-sharing-the-lead-role-in-matthew-bournes-stage-a3409511.html I have a terrible feeling this might not work, as I am rubbish at anything remotely technical, but article in today's Evening Standard with fingers crossed.
  7. All may be interested to know that Dancer has a couple of screenings as part of the London Film Festival. On Saturday, 8th October, 18:00 at the Haymarket Cinema and 12:30 on Sunday, 9th October at the Curzon, Mayfair.
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