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 Post subject: Re: Scottish Ballet Performances 2003-4
PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2004 4:27 am 
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A brief interview with Ashley Page:

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MY SCHOOLDAYS

By LEILA FARRAH
The Scotsman
April 14, 2004

Where did you go to school?

Byron Road and St Andrew’s primaries in Kent. Between nine and 11, the whole dance thing started happening. I’d gone to dancing school age four, then done all the Sunshine dancing competitions and the Royal Academy of Dancing exams. A summer school at the Legat School resulted in my being offered a six-year scholarship to learn dance.
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 Post subject: Re: Scottish Ballet Performances 2003-4
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Scottish Ballet steps in the right direction

By THOM DIBDIN
The edinburgh Evening News
April 15, 2004

After last autumn’s slightly overstretched first season under new artistic director, Ashley Page, and the strangeness of its Christmas Nutcracker, this new programme of dances shows a company which is spot on in all the right places.
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An uplifting performance

By KELLY APTER
The Scotsman
June 21, 2004

AFTER all the political wranglings surrounding Scottish Ballet and Opera over the past few years, it was about time the Theatre Royal played host to a celebration. And what a touching, entertaining and uplifting night it turned out to be.

Scottish Ballet’s education unit has been hard at work for years, taking dance to the masses and holding classes in its Glasgow studios. In partnership with Glasgow City Council, it has also formed Dance4Glasgow, an initiative which gets children dancing after school and at weekends. Celebr8 gave all of them a chance to shine.
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