Rupert Christiansen

Arresting and memorable: Compagnie Maguy Marin’s May B reviewed

Plus: one’s attention was held fast by Rambert's new programme, which was marred only by the vacuous score

Compagnie Maguy Marin's May B has enjoyed huge success all over Europe since its première in 1982, and finally reached Britain last week. Image: © Hervé Deroo

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