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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET’S MID-SCALE TOUR

April 27, 2015

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET’S MUCH-LOVED MID-SCALE TOUR CELEBRATES ITS 12th SEASON in 2015 Celebrating the 12th season of its much-loved mid-scale theatre tour initiative, Birmingham Royal Ballet continues with its policy of presenting its diverse repertory to the widest possible audience from 19 to 30 May 2015. The Company will once again split into two, half […]

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUNCEMENTS 2014

June 30, 2014

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUNCEMENTS 2014   At the end of the 2013/2014 Season, Birmingham Royal Ballet is able to announce the following:   Samara Downs is promoted from Soloist to First Soloist   Delia Mathews is promoted from First Artist to Soloist Yasuo Atsuji is promoted from First Artist to Soloist William Bracewell is promoted […]

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Birmingham Royal Ballet announces new dancer to join the company

January 30, 2012

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New dancer joins Birmingham Royal Ballet… As Birmingham Royal Ballet moves towards its spring Birmingham Hippodrome season, and following the company’s successful run at the Lowry last week with David Bintley’s Beauty and the Beast, Birmingham Royal Ballet is pleased to announce Ruth Brill joins the company from English National Ballet as an Artist. Read Ruth […]

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Ballet News | Dance GB – The UK’s three national dance companies create work and perform together for the first time in Summer 2012

October 24, 2011

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Dance GB – The UK‘s three national dance companies create work and perform together for the first time in Summer 2012 Tickets now on sale 19 – 23 June, Glasgow Theatre Royal 28 – 30 June, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff 4 – 8 July, big top tent in grounds of Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich ‘Dancers are the athletes […]

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National Youth Ballet | Ballet Chocolat reviewed plus Ballet News presents a British Sign Language Interpretation for the first time!

September 12, 2011

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Ballet Chocolat National Youth Ballet Sadlers Wells London Sunday, September 11th 2011 The first thing to say is that I echo fellow NYB first timer, Wayne McGregor (resident choreographer at The Royal Ballet) who said on stage at the end of this performance that he was “blown away” by the talent, passion and dedication shown […]

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English National Ballet Swans glide into Parliament

July 14, 2010

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ENB dancer Jennie Harrington Photograph :  zxDaveM As part of Big Dance 2010, English National Ballet dancers Ruth Brill & Jennie Harrington Danced on Parliament last week. With their Swan Lake tutus, the girls performed an extract from Swan Lake in Horse Guards Parade, on 8th July 2010 Ruth Brill & Jennie Harrington Photograph : zxDaveM […]

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DIRTY DANCING AT A TOP SECRET LOCATION AND THE STAR STUDDED LAUNCH OF BIG DANCE 2010

July 1, 2010

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WE WANT THREE MILLION DANCING BY 2012! So say the organisers of Big Dance 2010.  How are they going to make this happen ? With 850 events across the capital over 9 days   West End stars join Boris Johnson at Palladium stage to kick off T-Mobile Big Dance 2010 Ruth Brill, Artist, English National […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Ruth Brill, Artist, English National Ballet

December 27, 2009

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Cupcakes & conversation with Ruth Brill, Artist, English National Ballet What motivates you at 8am on a Monday morning? Putting some music on and making a big cup of coffee. What are you looking forward to dancing this season? We performed Giselle this season. I love the English National Ballet production, Mary Skeaping’s version. I […]

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