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  1. Hi Birmingham Royal Ballet - The nutcracker is here. I went to see and photograph thier rehersal , and it was brilliant. I m a newbie and hopefully I can give you all more comments when I have more experience in Ballet performance. https://www.brb.org.uk/whats-on/event/nutcracker-2019 Choreography - Peter Wright, Lev Lvanov, Vincent Redmon Music - Pyotr Llyich Tchaikovsky Design - John F Macfarlane Lighting - David Finn I only posted a photo here b'cos I dont want to leak all the surprises and spoil the show.
  2. PRESS RELEASE 19 August 2019 BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET AUTUMN SEASON Birmingham Royal Ballet’s autumn season features a fitting balance of classical and contemporary ballet including Giselle and a Mixed Bill including the World Premiere of the latest Ballet Now commission and a partnership with Ballet Black. Autumn 2019 could be described as a ‘bridge season’ during which Birmingham Royal Ballet moves towards the arrival of Carlos Acosta as Director in January 2020. The sea
  3. Elsewhere, Odyssey has posted about the Birmingham Hippodrome heritage website, containing some interesting archives: birminghamhippodromeheritage.com As Birmingham Royal Ballet have been resident there for a couple of decades, I thought I'd post it here in case it's of interest to anyone.
  4. For those of you going to the Royal Albert Hall to see BRB’s Nutcracker, don’t expect to see the same production as you will see in Birmingham. It’s a “special” version designed for the RAH. Still very lovely but quite different - just as the ENB “In the round” Swan Lake is different from the Coliseum production.
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