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Dance

This Juliet needs a new Romeo

Plus: an arresting new dance work from James Cousins at The Place that combines powerful body language with acrobatic skill

29 October 2015

9:00 AM

29 October 2015

9:00 AM

Romeo and Juliet

Royal Ballet, in rep until 2 December

Without Stars; There We Have Been

The Place

You always remember your first time, don’t you? And in ballet one imagines that Juliet wants to remember her first Romeo as a thunderclap. So the Royal Ballet’s director Kevin O’Hare, for reasons best known to himself, gives the most exciting new young star the Royal Ballet has seen for years the role of Juliet and…Matthew Golding as Romeo.

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