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Full West End casting announced for AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

September 11, 2016

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Full West End casting announced for AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Jane Asher, Haydn Oakley, Zoë Rainey, David Seadon-Young and Ashley Day join Broadway stars Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope in the Tony® Award-winning new musical Dominion Theatre from 4 March 2017 Full casting is announced for Christopher Wheeldon’s stunning reinvention of the Oscar® winning film (that starred Gene Kelly and […]

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUNCEMENTS JULY 2013

July 8, 2013

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUNCEMENTS JULY 2013 At the end of the 2012/2013 Season, Birmingham Royal Ballet is able to announce:   The following dancers are promoted: Momoko Hirata is promoted from First Soloist to Principal. Tyrone Singleton is promoted from First Soloist to Principal. Yijing Zhang is promoted from Artist to First Artist.   The […]

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUCEMENTS

June 7, 2013

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUCEMENTS Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Principal Ambra Vallo, First Soloist Victoria Marr and Artists Kristen McGarrity and Laura Davenport will leave the Company following their Giselle performances in Birmingham and Dublin 2013. The four Birmingham Royal Ballet dancers have made the decision to leave the Company in order to pursue new careers, some […]

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Ballet News Reviews | Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Aladdin

March 21, 2013

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Ballet News Reviews | Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Aladdin Birmingham Royal Ballet Aladdin London Coliseum Wednesday, 20th March 2013 Bedazzled, with bells on. That’s how you’ll feel if you watch Birmingham Royal Ballet’s spectacular Aladdin, choreographed by David Bintley, with its sumptuous costumes by Sue Blane (yes, some of them had snakes wound around their torsos), a crescent moon, […]

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