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The Royal Ballet's latest triple bill pays fine tribute to founder choreographer Frederick Ashton. First up is The Dream, a 50-minute Shakespearean distillation set ...Sun, 4th June 2017Ashton at the Royal Ballet review – miraculous moves and romantic rapture The Guardian
Shortly before his death in 1988, Frederick Ashton grew fretful about the future of his ballets. He worried that he was falling out of fashion, that a new generation ...Tue, 6th June 2017Frederick Ashton/Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House, London, review: Zenaida Yanowsky shows her quality as an actress, a dancer and a star The Independent
Hail and farewell: the Royal Ballet ends its season with gorgeous triple bill of works by Frederick Ashton, including superb debuts and goodbye to a much-loved ...Mon, 5th June 2017Ashton triple bill, Royal Ballet review – fond farewell to Zenaida Yanowsky The Arts Desk
Nicely covering the many bases of Frederick Ashton's genius, the Royal Ballet triple bill which opened last night is a chance to see both the company and its ...Sat, 3rd June 2017Marguerite and Armand, Royal Opera House, London — self-indulgent Financial Times
The Royal Ballet's current triple bill of Frederick Ashton choreographies has brought some splendid performances. Most recently The Dream has featured Laura ...Tue, 6th June 2017Frederick Ashton Triple Bill review – time's up for these fairy kings The Guardian
In Marguerite and Armand, which closed the Royal Ballet's triple bill of works by Frederick Ashton (the final performance was on Saturday), it was noticeable that ...Sun, 11th June 2017