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Dance

Carlos Acosta’s incoherent Carmen is a disaster

The Royal Ballet’s other programme, Connectome/Raven Girl, shows that Wayne MacGregor is no better a storyteller than Acosta

7 November 2015

9:00 AM

7 November 2015

9:00 AM

Carmen

Royal Opera House, in rep until 12 November

Raven Girl/Connectome

Royal Opera House

The love that asks no questions, the love that pays the price… The amount of unconditional love sloshing about at the Royal Ballet for choreographers and dancers is making this autumn in Bow Street a test of loyalty. At his season press conference Royal Ballet artistic director Kevin O’Hare smilingly promised us that the 2020 season might contain only works made in the past ten years.

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