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Saturday, January 5

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A review of the Royal Ballet and Matthew Bourne by Laura Freeman in The Spectator.


Marcelino Sambé, powerfully charismatic in The Nutcracker, is here the snowiest of show-off skaters. He is not tall but achieves extraordinary height in his springboard leaps and bounds. He dances with a spirit of mischief, the boy who’ll always throw the first snowball. His final series of pirouettes are a feat of physics. On a bleak midwinter night, Les Patineurs is a pleasure.


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