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Monday 17 March 2008
New York City Ballet's London season continues, and continues to look rough. This time it's a celebration of Jerome Robbins, who moved between Broadway (West Side Story) and ballet. The evening is rescued by The Concert, the choreographer's irresistible comedy.
New York City Ballet/George Balanchine, Coliseum, London<br/>New York City Ballet/Jerome Robbins, Coliseum, London
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