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21-03-00, 12:59 PM (GMT)
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"English style 2"
   Reading the recent postings as to whether ENB was better at English ballet than RB I fell to wondering where BRB fitted in.
Is English Style the style of the fifities to seventies, eighties, nineties, only or is it still evoloving. David Bintley is still choreographing today for an English company, with a strong Ashton base.
NBT is also English and until the death of their last Director, was run by an English born and trained dancer.
England is not London only, if fact many in the regions question if London is still English or even British.

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