Tag Archives: The Centre and its Opposite

BALLET NEWS | Darcey Bussell, The Royal Ballet, Tamara Rojo & Birmingham Royal Ballet

April 16, 2010

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Tamara Rojo head shot in black and white

Hi everyone, I’m going to start off with news about Darcey Bussell, who became Godmother to a ship last week – and launched it in some style, with four outfits. Next I wanted to stare with you a new video from The Royal Opera House, on the upcoming triple bill – Electric Counterpoint/New Scarlett/Carmen. Now for […]

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Ballet NEWS | Birmingham Royal Ballet Quantum Leaps

November 11, 2009

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two dancers partner each other on stage

Birmingham Royal Ballet Quantum Leaps Powder | E=mc² | The Centre and its Opposite Sadlers Wells, 10th November 2009 Elisha Willis & Joseph Caley in E=mc² Photo :  Bill Cooper Birmingham Royal Ballet’s autumn season arrived in London this week and it is a chance to see this forward-thinking, powerhouse of a Company on top […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Dusty Button, Artist, Birmingham Royal Ballet

November 6, 2009

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Dusty Button, Artist, Birmingham Royal Ballet

  Cupcakes & conversation with Dusty Button, Artist, Birmingham Royal Ballet Birmingham Royal Ballet are performing in London from 10th November 2009 and Button can be seen in The Centre and its Opposite, part of the Quantum Leaps triple bill. Dusty Button by Andy Ross What motivates you at 8am on a Monday morning? To […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Elisha Willis, Principal, Birmingham Royal Ballet

August 24, 2009

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Cupcakes & conversation with Elisha Willis, Principal, Birmingham Royal Ballet Elisha Willis by Peter Tiegen Elisha will be performing the lead role (first cast) of Roxane in David Bintley’s Cyrano. She is also dancing in David’s new E=mc² and Garry Stewart’s The Centre and its Opposite in the triple bill Quantum Leaps – in Birmingham […]

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Ballet NEWS | BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET’S AUTUMN SEASON 2009 AT BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME

August 20, 2009

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One of the reasons I admire and promote Birmingham Royal Ballet is because the Company does what I try to do here, and is “a world leader in ensuring that classical ballet has relevance for the future”. The Company is based at Birmingham Hippodrome & tours extensively throughout the UK and overseas. Quantum Leaps performs […]

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