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  1. "Three iconic stories and three bold works on and by women. Broken Wings Iconic painter Frida Kahlo is the heroine of Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Broken Wings, a colourful ballet full of warmth and passion. Based on Kahlo’s life and art, it is “a marvellous image of creativity and power” (The Independent). Nora Stina Quagebeur, First Artist of the Company, choreographs her first work for the main stage. Nora is inspired by the lead character in Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House, a woman on the path to independence. Le Sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring) Pina Bausch’s unfo
  2. it would be really interesting to know what first nighters thought of this programme. I only attended the rehearsal so comment from me would be inappropriate at present.
  3. Rather early to mention this, I know, but booking is already open for the following: Total Immersion: The Rite of Spring day, Sunday 22nd September: 10.30 - Film: Ballets Russes 2 pm - Film: Riot at the Rite 5 pm - An exploration of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring Followed by a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra in the evening featuring The Rite of Spring and some other dance works. Weds 6th, Thurs 7th and Sat 9th November, Barbican Theatre: Barbican Britten: Phaedra/Richard Alston Dance Company Four dance works set to music by Britten: Lachrymae Phaedra Sechs Hold
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