Rupert Christiansen

One long moan of woe: Crystal Pite’s Light of Passage, at the Royal Opera, reviewed

Plus: Jiri Kylian’s Forgotten Land is the highlight of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s triple bill

The lighting is exquisite, and the corps of the Royal Ballet performs with almost religious dedication: Crystal Pite's Light Of Passage. Image: Tristram Kenton

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