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There is an article in the main section of today's (27th Jan)Times (p5) about ENB. The headline is: "Bolshy ballet riven by affair of director and her leading man."

 

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An article about ENB with a headline "Bolshy ballet riven by affair of director and her leading man" (??) 

 

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2 hours ago, Nina G. said:

An article about ENB with a headline "Bolshy ballet riven by affair of director and her leading man" (??) 

 

 

That’s what it says.

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2 hours ago, Nina G. said:

An article about ENB with a headline "Bolshy ballet riven by affair of director and her leading man" (??) 

 

 

It's a slightly lame pun, sure, but probably works well for the wider readership.

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Today (Sunday 18th March) The Sunday Times Culture section has an article about Matthew Ball and the back of the  Business and Money section  features Lauren Cuthbertson. In the main part of the paper, there is a large picture of Darcey Bussell who is advocating more exercise for children

 

Ian Macmillan has listed Ball and Bussell  in Links but I thought that I should mention all three as I know that people on here sometimes like to go out and the buy the paper. Three ballet-related pieces in one newspaper in one day is pretty good going.

 

 

 

 

 

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Indeed, you're quite right.  Our paper didn't arrive till after I'd finished Links and I hadn't thought to look at the Business/Money supplement online.   So here we are on Lauren and her finances:

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/lauren-cuthbertson-i-want-to-be-comfy-so-i-have-to-stay-on-my-toes-l23kjdh6m?shareToken=b3d320dea661d75aba6f3449f67076e6

 

 

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There is a double page article about Isaac Hernandez in the Sunday Times Culture section today (8th April)

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Yesterday's Links included  a RDB/NYCB review by Debra Craine, published online in the Times 2 section, under a First Night heading.  Out of interest, did anyone see it in a printed edition yesterday or this morning?  There has been no sign of it in the editions delivered here.

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18 minutes ago, Ian Macmillan said:

Yesterday's Links included  a RDB/NYCB review by Debra Craine, published online in the Times 2 section, under a First Night heading.  Out of interest, did anyone see it in a printed edition yesterday or this morning?  There has been no sign of it in the editions delivered here.

 

Not in my printed editions.

 

However, there is tableau from ENB's Sleeping Beauty in today's paper.

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I wasn't going to, but you've given me an opening to have a quick moan that Debra Craine can apparently report from Copenhagen and New York but God forbid she should travel to Birmingham or Leeds...!

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31 minutes ago, Ian Macmillan said:

We don't usually look at the Driving bits of the weekend papers for Links but, Lo, see what's in today's Sunday Times:

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/me-and-mymotor-ballet-dancer-steven-mcrae-mjj09ff7t?shareToken=3cfd47ac8786af3e184737539da38ec9

 

In case anyone can't get the link to work, it is an article about Steven McRae and his Volvo estates.

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Today's Times 2 supplement leads with a cover and 2-page spread on Natalia Osipova headlined ".. on the trials of being a Russian in London."  She talks to Debra Craine about "cruel jibes, body image and her new show, Pure Dance,"  Unfortunately, and  a little unusually, there's no Share Token to get behind the paywall.

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Love the acers immediately below it, too!

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