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Jane S

05-05-01, 01:00 PM (GMT)
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"Royal Ballet - 70 today"
 
   On 5th May 1931, Ninette de Valois' company gave its first full evening of ballet, at the Old Vic: seven short pieces by de Valois herself, and 'Spanish Dance' by Anton Dolin.


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  RE: Royal Ballet - 70 today Bruce Madmin 05-05-01 1
  RE: Royal Ballet - 70 today alison 08-05-01 2

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Bruce Madmin

05-05-01, 01:09 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Royal Ballet - 70 today"
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   Thanks Jane. This is probably and opportune time to remind readers of the Ballet Years page. Although we don't have 1931 (yet!) there are some great pieces about the start of ballet in the UK:
http://www.ballet.co.uk/contexts/ballet_years.htm


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alison

08-05-01, 01:21 PM (GMT)
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   I'm surprised the RB hasn't done more to mark the occasion - after all, if Rambert can celebrate both their 70th and 75th anniversaries, I don't see why the Royal can't.


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