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A review of Sarasota Ballet by Marina Harss for DanceTabs.

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The most impressive thing about this performance by the Sarasota Ballet is how convincingly it pulled off what is, inarguably, a stilted work, with more exposition than dancing. It’s clear that the dancers are fully immersed in the delicate, detailed vocabulary of Ashton; they look natural and comfortable in it, and that is no small thing. They bend and twist at the waist, and hold their arms in Ashton’s soft, airy shapes simply, without over-emphasis.

 

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A review of Northern Ballet by Zoe Anderson in The Independent.

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Northern Ballet’s new biopic Victoria combines grandness with emotional depth. Cathy Marston’s ballet sees its heroine as both woman and queen, image and person. Thoughtful, ambitious and vividly danced, it’s another success for a company going from strength to strength.

 

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An interview with Pippa Moore, who is retiring from Northern Ballet following the spring season.

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“If you come to the theatre to see Northern Ballet, audiences should expect a different angle. We haven’t changed history but we are looking at it from a different view point which is appropriate as theatre audiences today expect to be challenged with more than historical re-enactments and fancy dress.” 

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