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The Royal Ballet - The Collection

The Royal Ballet - The Collection

Marianela Nuñez (Odette/Odile); Thiago Soares (Prince Siegfried); Alina Cojocaru (Princess Aurora); Federico Bonelli (Prince Florimund); Miyako Yoshida (The Sugar Plum Fairy); Steven McRae (The Prince); Natalia Osipova (Giselle); Carlos Acosta (Count Albrecht); Lauren Cuthbertson (Juliet); Federico Bonelli (Romeo); Natalia Osipova (Lise); Edward Watson (Leontes);

"Anthony Dowell’s production...offers the ultimate classical experience, with the sights and sounds of a proud 19th century tradition running at full throttle. Fancy a romantic tragedy in a tutu? Then this is the ballet for you...The production as a whole is beautifully formed and dramatically convincing...And praise, too, for the corps, who made us feel the sorrow and anger of the swans’ collective misfortune." (The Times - Swan Lake)

Three Ballets by Kenneth MacMillan (The Royal Ballet)

Three Ballets by Kenneth MacMillan (The Royal Ballet)

"There has never been a choreographer that I can think of who could produce three such contrasting works, and you sit watching in wonderment at the fertile imaginings of his mind." (The Daily Telegraph)

Three Ballets by Wayne McGregor (The Royal Ballet)

Three Ballets by Wayne McGregor (The Royal Ballet)

"Wayne McGregor's Infra: sumptuous beauty and shimmering possibility." (The Daily Telegraph)

Two Ballet Favourites by Christopher Wheeldon (Danish National Ballet/The Royal Ballet)

Two Ballet Favourites by Christopher Wheeldon (Danish National Ballet/The Royal Ballet)

Lauren Cuthbertson (Alice (Alice)); Sergei Polunin (Jack/The Knave of Hearts (Alice)); Edward Watson (Lewis Carroll/The White Rabbit (Alice)); Zenaida Yanowsky (Mother/The Queen of Hearts (Alice)); Steven MacRae (Mad Hatter (Alice)); Anna Tsygankova (Cinderella (Cinderella)); Matthew Golding (Prince Guillaume (Cinderella)); Larissa Lezhnina (Stepmother Hortensia (Cinderella)); Megan Zimny Gray (Stepsister Edwina (Cinderella)); Nadia Yanowsky (Stepsister Clementine (Cinderella));

"What a treat this is - such an imaginative treatment of a favourite story. There are extraordinary, eccentric sets and special effects; colourful, larger-than-life, argumentative characters and extraordinary costumes. Lauren Cuthbertson, as Alice, is excellent, her every movement suggesting the actions and emotions of this curious, spirited pre-adolescent... Christopher Wheeldon’s choreography is very imaginative and fitting for every character." (Musicweb International (Alice))