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Dance

A swan to die for at Sadler’s Wells

Plus: interaction galore - between East and West, audience and performer

28 June 2014

9:00 AM

28 June 2014

9:00 AM

Dada Masilo: Swan Lake; Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui: 4D; Tim Casson: The Dance WE Made

Sadler’s Wells Theatre

Swans, swans, more swans. If the lifespan of a dance critic were calculated by the number of performances of Swan Lake attended, I’d be a few centuries old. Obviously, the list includes many revisions and re-creations of this quintessential ballet, which is the second most revisited in history after The Rite of Spring.

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