Rupert Christiansen

Generous, boundless, turbo-charged: Turn It Out with Tiler Peck and Friends, at Sadler’s Wells, reviewed

Plus: an embarrassing misfire from Ballet Black

Swift Arrow, a sparky duet by Alonzo King for Tiler Peck and the hunky Roman Mejia, had the kick of a dry martini. Image: Christopher Duggan

The death last week at the age of 83 of the sublime Lynn Seymour – muse to Ashton and MacMillan, the creator of roles in Romeo and Juliet and A Month in the Country among many others – set me thinking gloomily about the current dearth of ballerinas with her questioning intelligence and free spirit.

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