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ENB March 2012 at the Coliseum LondonBeyond Ballet Russe


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#1 Nanarina

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Posted 15 November 2011 - 02:57 PM

I was most interested to see this programme advertised in my Access Club literature received today the company are producing a mixed bill next spring of a new ballet, Apollo (Balanchine) Suite en blanc (Lifar). I am really delighted as I was under the impression I would have to go to Paris to see it.
It is super that we will be able to see it in London. Cannot help wondering if they will take it on tour as well.

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Posted 17 November 2011 - 02:11 PM

Further news regarding ENB Spring 2012.
Programme 1. L'apres midi un faune, Firebird, and The Rite of Spri Wed. 28th March - Sun 1st April.ng Thurs 22nd - Tues 27th March. Prog.2. World Premier of a new Toer van Schayk Ballet, Apollo (Balanchine) Suite en Blanc

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Posted 18 November 2011 - 09:00 AM

Further news regarding ENB Spring 2012.
Programme 1. L'apres midi un faune, Firebird, and The Rite of Spri Wed. 28th March - Sun 1st April.ng Thurs 22nd - Tues 27th March. Prog.2. World Premier of a new Toer van Schayk Ballet, Apollo (Balanchine) Suite en Blanc


ENB seem to have abandoned touring mixed programmes for the time being - certainly to Liverpool! Very sad because it is becoming prohibitively expensive to travel to London even trying to book trains within a couple of days of them coming on sale.


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