The choreographers called on to get the nation’s dancers back on to the stage have as much to say about the state of our times as they do about art.
Many of the works were created during the pandemic. English National Ballet’s Reunion started life as a series of dance films that were streamed last winter; with the opening of theatres, ENB’s artistic director Tamara Rojo asked the choreographers to adapt them for live staging.
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