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Dance

The problem with Swan Lake

22 June 2024

9:00 AM

22 June 2024

9:00 AM

Swan Lake in-the-round

Royal Albert Hall, until 23 June

Royal Albert Hall, until 23 June LIFT 2024: Nadia Beugré – L’Homme rare

Queen Elizabeth Hall

Over this summer you can see Swan Lake performed at the Royal Opera House by the Royal Ballet; at the Coliseum by a company from Georgia; at Sadler’s Wells by Chinese acrobats; and at the Royal Albert Hall by English National Ballet. It is expected therefore to attract audiences of Taylor Swiftian magnitude – well in excess of 100,000, by my very rough reckoning.

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