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MargaretN7

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  1. I read somewhere, forgotten where, that this electrical variation is celebrating the theatre where it was performed being newly lit by electricity. (Michael Faraday had demonstrated the electric motor and generator in the 1820's, and before that there was static electricity)
  2. I originally booked online for the Curzon Mayfair which was using their small theatre. Then received an email with seat re-allocated as, they said, due to high demand, surprise surprise, they were transfering the screening to their larger theatre. Hence more tickets becoming available. For those elsewhere it might be worthwhile to check other Curzons.
  3. There are sometimes 20 minute intervals, however longer ones, so I've been led to believe, can be necessary for performers and/or stage crew.
  4. www.roh.org.uk/packages Also, at the foot of each production's list of performances there is (at the moment anyway) a variety of links including the package one.
  5. Design your own package, giving a small reduction, is minimum of 2 performances.
  6. Sell ticket this weekend for £20, else return to box office on Monday.
  7. Selling, Royal Ballet School at ROH, Sunday 14th July 1.30pm Amphitheatre B41, £24 PM me if interested Margaret
  8. The box office HAS moved. It's now in the corner of the café (described as Main Foyer on the notice), along the wall with the Open Up display.
  9. After attending this triple yesterday afternoon I went south of the river to the Bankside Gallery (next door to Tate Modern, home of the Water Colour Society, and currently hosting an exhibition by the Society of Graphic Artists). I was met by a different Natalia Osipova, this pastel on paper portrait by Svetlana Cameron. (Checked ok with the gallery to photo and post this.)
  10. Glad the power shortage in the area only applied briefly to ROH (did emergency generators kick in to save the show?). It was a brilliant performance all round, plenty of power generated on stage.
  11. I check every day's links section, many thanks for them, tho sometimes a day late, to get an overall idea of what's being covered, and follow up some. If it's a restricted view one that looks interesting, eg in th Times, I may make a note to check the paper in the library.
  12. Perhaps someone realised it was odd to name the two matadors in Act 1 when it is a different two in Act 3?
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