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Dance

Dance from Edinburgh: a flamenco master who could tell classical ballet a thing or two

Plus: a concise, precise emotional retelling of the life of Nijinsky at the Fringe and an ambitious visit from Ballett am Rhein. Meanwhile, in London, the St Petersburg Ballet Theatre offers up a travesty

29 August 2015

9:00 AM

29 August 2015

9:00 AM

Lo Real/Nijinsky’s Last Jump/Seven

Edinburgh

Swan Lake

London Coliseum

Every August when London dims, Edinburgh calls, promising nothing less than ‘the greats of the arts’ at the International Festival. As if this beautiful, haunting city wasn’t enough enticement, I always pack high expectations for the EdFest, which in the past has delivered some staggeringly good international dance events that commercially biased London could not entertain.

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