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Royal New Zealand Ballet, From Here to There, Barbican Theatre | reviews, news & interviews

Royal New Zealand Ballet, From Here to There, Barbican Theatre

Royal New Zealand Ballet, From Here to There, Barbican Theatre

A fine talent among their ranks is one of several plus-points for the Kiwi dancers

Simmons's 'A Song in the Dark': Simple, graceful moves with spacious shape and depthStephen A'Court/RNZB

All ballet companies dream of finding a genuine creative talent among their ranks, and the Royal New Zealand Ballet, visiting from the farthest end of the world ballet map, have one in Andrew Simmons. The unknown name on their triple bill on this rare visit to London shows a young mind drawn naturally to grace and understated expressiveness.

All ballet companies dream of finding a genuine creative talent among their ranks, and the Royal New Zealand Ballet, visiting from the farthest end of the world ballet map, have one in Andrew Simmons. The unknown name on their triple bill on this rare visit to London shows a young mind drawn naturally to grace and understated expressiveness.

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