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A couple of years before his death, Walter Gore set down his memories of his earliest days, as a child reared in a ““fit up”” theatre; as a young dance student with Leonid Massine, and as an early member of the Marie Rambert's company at the Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill Gate. Through the...
The hurly-burly of the sea has the tang of the salt sea-waves the return of fishermen from the sea
The first night of Western Theatre Ballet's tenth anniversary season at Sadler's Wells Theatre was not only a triumph, but a vindication of the policies of the late Elizabeth West and now continued by Peter Darrell. In 1957, West took her tiny troupe, in a bus, dancing to Bartok on tape, to any...
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