A visit to the Royal Ballet

This week, Chuzzlewit class went to see the Royal Ballet perform at the wonderful Royal Opera House. We saw a double programme ‘Rhapsody/The Two Pigeons’,choreographed by Frederick Ashton, the founder choreographer of The Royal Ballet.

‘Rhapsody’ is a celebration of the male virtuoso and the principal female role also had choreography of breathtaking clarity and speed.

The Two Pigeons is a story of a wayward young man blind to the value of what is right in front him and the nature of love was explored!

The children had an amazing time and were hugely inspired to the point that some were even dancing in the aisles! We can’t wait to do more dance with Delene, our Dancer in Residence, in the coming weeks.

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  1. What an amazing outing! I would have never thought of taking my 7 years old boy to a classical ballet and he loved it! Thank you for the opportunity you created and your open mind.

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