If I remember correctly, Kobborg was intended to choreography one longer piece for the company, but for reasons never clarified, created a short, fairly insubstantial piece and re-used a piece he'd created for Royal Ballet. I've not seen either, but by all accounts, I think the company got the short end of the stick and Kobborg probably won't have the welcome mat rolled out again. To be honest, I get a bit irritated when he gets all the attention for his Bournonville stagings - Thomas Lund is as brilliant a dancer and far more dedicated to Bournonville, but has gotten much less attention because he stayed with the RDB.
I saw Les Lutins when it was danced by the RB at the Linbury Theatre and wrote the following on CriticalDance after seeing the performance on 16th May 2009:
....Kobborg’s offering was a display of in-your-face virtuosity by the quicksilver Steven McRae who is joined by Sergei Polunin and then Alina Cojocaru: the two boys compete for the girl but she prefers handsome on-stage fiddler Charlie Siem: highly amusing and, when McRae was dancing, breathtaking to watch.
I prefer the current Kobborg production of La Sylphide at the RB, to the one they now have in Copenhagen (Hubbe's?). As for Thomas Lund, he is for me a kind of template for what the perfect male dancer should be and I actually feel privileged whenever I’m in an audience watching him dance. Kobborg is good, in fact he is very good indeed but I’ve always felt that Lund exists on a higher plane.