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rod

15-07-01, 03:05 AM (GMT)
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"RBS in the Linbury"
 
   Did anyone see Saturday night's performance? Any comments?


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Bruce Madmin

15-07-01, 06:53 AM (GMT)
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1. "RE: RBS in the Linbury"
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   Wheeldon was nice, some of the other choreographic contributions struggled, lots of fine dancers young dancers, hopefully those who want to carry on will get jobs in companies and saw no difference in general approach to usual.

The school is large and everybody should feel encouraged about what is achieved. I for one still have grave misgivings about the negativity of some who have not come out on top. But I say that in passing - there is another thread that is best for the 'RB as an institution' debate.

Nice to see so many others there including Terry Amos who agreed to write up a few words on the little darlings!


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