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Birdsong, based on the book by Sebastian Faulks, is a brutal and beautiful observation of war and remembrance, with this new revival touring in time for the Armistice centenary this November.
Balancing Ashton's charming choreography with bright characterisation and breezy ballon, Birmingham Royal Ballet are absolutely beaming in this most charming of ballets.
RashDash's Three Sisters, after Chekhov is thrillingly irreverent to rules, to theatrical form, and even to reviews, but it's their irreverence that's so deserving of reverence.
'Only by forgetting all we've ever learned can we learn to live at all' wise words from a work that was, itself, forgotten.