Sara Veale

Rojo’s choreographic updating is a visual feast: English National Ballet’s Raymonda reviewed

Plus: intricate, serene and totally mesmerising juggling from the International Mime Festival

The best sequences in ENB's Raymonda belong to the ensemble — including a wispy moonlit gambol. Image: © Johan Persson

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