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8 February 2020

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9:00 AM

Sadler’s Wells Sampled

Sadler’s Wells

Aisha and Abhaya

Linbury Theatre, until 9 February

The January dance stage can be a site of naked contrition. Like a tippler grasping at green juice after a December of prosecco pukes (#NewYearNewMe), companies slap Swan Lakes and Giselles on the roster, eager to atone for the indulgences of Nutcracker season. It’s back to business at your opera houses and concert halls.

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