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Since joining The Royal Ballet in 2002, Lauren Cuthbertson has become a much-loved member of the Company and this special boxed set showcases why - combining five outstanding performances by one of the world's leading ballerinas. This collection includes two iconic roles she created for The Royal Ballet: the fun-filled, eponymous Alice ("the part she was born to play." The Daily Telegraph), in Christopher Wheeldon's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; and Jacqueline du Pré in the biographical work The Cellist by Cathy Marston. The latter is paired with Frederick Ashton's delightful The Two Pigeons in a new collection created especially for this box. Finally, two all-time classics feature Lauren as the Sugar-Plum Fairy in Peter Wright's magical production of The Nutcracker, and then as a heart-breaking Juliet in Kenneth MacMillan's signature work, Romeo & Juliet.
Since joining The Royal Ballet in 2002, Lauren Cuthbertson has become a much-loved member of the Company and this special boxed set showcases why - combining five outstanding performances by one of the world's leading ballerinas. This collection includes two iconic roles she created for The Royal Ballet: the fun-filled, eponymous Alice ("the part she was born to play." The Daily Telegraph), in Christopher Wheeldon's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; and Jacqueline du Pré in the biographical work The Cellist by Cathy Marston. The latter is paired with Frederick Ashton's delightful The Two Pigeons in a new collection created especially for this box. Finally, two all-time classics feature Lauren as the Sugar-Plum Fairy in Peter Wright's magical production of The Nutcracker, and then as a heart-breaking Juliet in Kenneth MacMillan's signature work, Romeo & Juliet.
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Since joining The Royal Ballet in 2002, Lauren Cuthbertson has become a much-loved member of the Company and this special boxed set showcases why - combining five outstanding performances by one of the world's leading ballerinas. This collection includes two iconic roles she created for The Royal Ballet: the fun-filled, eponymous Alice ("the part she was born to play." The Daily Telegraph), in Christopher Wheeldon's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; and Jacqueline du Pré in the biographical work The Cellist by Cathy Marston. The latter is paired with Frederick Ashton's delightful The Two Pigeons in a new collection created especially for this box. Finally, two all-time classics feature Lauren as the Sugar-Plum Fairy in Peter Wright's magical production of The Nutcracker, and then as a heart-breaking Juliet in Kenneth MacMillan's signature work, Romeo & Juliet.
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