Articles about Tamara Rojo & English National Ballet’s “She Said”

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Articles about Tamara Rojo and English National Ballet’s “She Said”

English National Ballet’s blog posts relating to She Said

She Said in Conversation Panel Discussion by English National Ballet

Tamara Rojo: Female choreographers lack confidence to say yes by Hannah Furness in The Telegraph

Sexism in the dance world by Griselda Murray Brown and Richard Topping in The Financial Times

Meet the three ex-ballerinas proving choreography is for girls by Charlotte Lytton in The Telegraph

She Said review – three steps forward for women by Luke Jennings in The Observer

English National Ballet: She Said review – Frida Kahlo and fantastic beasts in mixed evening by Judith Mackrell in The Guardian

She Said, dance review: ‘A marvellous image of creativity and power’ – ballerina Tamara Rojo plays artist Frida Kahlo by Zoë Anderson in The Independent

English National Ballet’s She Said review at Sadler’s Wells, London by Neil Norman in The Stage

Review: She Said, Sadler’s Wells by Emily May in A Younger Theatre

She Said, dance review: Rojo paints a different picture of Kahlo in women’s triple bill by Lyndsey Winship in The Evening Standard

Seen and Now Heard: ENB’s ‘She Said’ Gives Women Choreographers a Voice by Meghan Feeks in The Huffington Post

Elsewhere: How One Dance Company Is Helping Women Get a Leg Up in Ballet by Samantha Cowan in Take Part



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