tue 12/12/2017

Jenny Gilbert

Articles By Jenny Gilbert

The Nutcracker, Royal Ballet review - superb start to the festive dance season

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Poison, Orange Tree Theatre review - study of grief is both courageous and subtle

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Triple Bill, Royal Ballet review - Arthur Pita's 'Wind' is a howling success

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Kenneth MacMillan: A National Celebration, Programmes 2 & 3, Royal Opera House review - abhorrent to sublime

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Michael Clark Company, Barbican Theatre review - bad boy of dance comes good

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The Busy World Is Hushed, Finborough Theatre review - new play puts the G-word centre stage

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Jane Eyre, National Theatre review - a dynamic treatment that just misses

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Akram Khan's Giselle, Sadler's Wells review - the migrant crisis in a ballet thriller

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Mr Gillie, Finborough Theatre review - theatrical buried treasure

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Tristan & Yseult, Shakespeare's Globe review - terrific visual and musical élan

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Jam review – obsession and resentment in the classroom

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Richard III review - Greg Hicks gruesomely impressive as power-crazed ruler

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Ghost Dances: Rambert, Sadler's Wells review - vital and joyfully precise dancing

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Obsession, Barbican review - Jude Law on serious form in Ivo van Hove's latest

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DVD: Dancer

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Whisper House, The Other Palace review - 'a delicately calibrated human story struggling to be heard'

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