Rupert Christiansen

A fitting swansong from Tamara Rojo: The Forsythe Evening reviewed

How will English National Ballet fare without the most fearsome figure on the dance scene since Ninette de Valois?

As exhilarating to watch as it must be to dance: Julia Conway, Rhys Antoni Yeomans and Ivana Bueno in Blake Works I for The Forsythe Evening. Credit: Laurent Liotardo

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