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Dance

There are passages of considerable eloquence in Royal Ballet’s The Winter’s Tale

11 May 2024

9:00 AM

11 May 2024

9:00 AM

The Winter’s Tale

Royal Opera House, until 1 June

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There’s no escaping Christopher Wheeldon – a modest, amiable fellow from Yeovil of whom anyone’s mum would be proud. Reaching outside the ballet bubble, his stagings of An American in Paris and the Michael Jackson musical have wowed the West End, Broadway and beyond. My guess is that his take on Oscar Wilde, to be premiered in Australia later this year, will soon travel north, too.

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