By Clement Crisp for The Financial Times
If it's Christmas, it must be The Nutcracker. Around the world, given a handful of dancers and a whiff of Tchaikovsky, this ancient ritual is re-enacted as a tribute to some seasonal thing or other.
Few, in my own chequered experience, do any honour to The Nutcracker's essentials of poetic charm. So let me salute the happy version now on view in Hong Kong. click for more
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