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  1. I think they were that for Fille a few years ago.
  2. I did message the company a week or so ago about the number of acts but haven't had a response yet. And yes it is disappointing that Manchester lost not only the premiere but, thus far, any dates at all. Jan - I'll be seeing Alex Campbell as Romeo at ROH at the 11.30am matinee on 15 Jan and then planning to dash over to the Coli to catch the second (and third if there is one) act of the 2pm Raymonda matinee before seeing it fully at the Sunday matinee the next day. Can I tempt you?!
  3. Ah, right - thanks. I haven't been to ROH since last March so that explains how I've never seen it before! I was worried I'd inadvertently booked a schools' matinee or something.
  4. I had a bit of a mixed experience - couldn't load the seating plans at first when I logged on at 9am, although only queued for 4 minutes. But when the plans did eventually load, I was really surprised to see how much availability there was. In fact, it was a bit overwhelming as I'm not used to seeing so much choice! Like other posters, I managed to get good stalls circle standing tickets for my chosen dates, which is rare through public booking. In fact, I logged back on this morning to book for a further performance, Romeo early matinee at 11.30am on 15 Jan, having realised I could tie it in with ENB's Raymonda at the Coli. I managed to snap up good SCS for this one too, which surprised me the day after public booking had opened. However, when I paid, not only did I have to verify through mobile app (which I hadn't had to do the day before) but the payment screen stated that I'd have to show ID when using the tickets. Has anyone seen this before? The performance was available through public booking (not Paul Hamlyn for example) and I didn't access any kind of concession.
  5. I think she and Jonathan Cope had their natural hair, with added glitter, when they were filmed in the early 2000s?
  6. Thank you. My cast sheets are all packed away somewhere safe but inaccessible!
  7. Sorry to revive this thread, but can anyone remember the exact running time for Giselle? I am thinking of doing the double on 27 November but last train home is just after 8pm. I have in my head that Giselle is two hours and therefore I'd have ample time, but don't want to get caught out!
  8. Yes it costs a fortune to get to London early on a weekday! I remember I actually travelled down on the Thursday and stayed overnight as, even including the hotel, it was cheaper than travelling on the Friday morning.
  9. Bracewell did Romeo with BRB. I have a treasured memory of taking a half day off work for a Friday matinee and seeing him dance it with Delia Matthews.
  10. Sounds like Tier 4 is like lockdown 2 - during which there were live streams.
  11. We had the same pallaver when the rule of 6 was brought in didn't we? But, reading the RAD guidance, they seem to have interpreted it that adult classes can only take place in tier 2 with your own household (!).
  12. I'm afraid I've heard not...what @DeveloppeDsays sounds like what I heard. My question was wishful thinking...
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