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Countdown to the performance

Project timeline

Programme 1 summary
Programme 2 summary
Programme 3 summary
Programme 4 summary

Meet the BRB team

Andrew Christie
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Christopher Larsen
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Desmond Kelly
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Donald Edwards
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Gareth Griffiths
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Jane Rosier
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Laura Purkiss
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Marion Rainer
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Marion Tait
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Nick Carter
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Rory Mackay
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Tom Rogers
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Victoria Marr
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Meet the participants

What the project has meant to me

A day in the life...

The story of the ballet
How you can get involved with dance
BRB's project partners

Press and media coverage of the project



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Tom Rogers

Tom Rogers studied at the Royal Ballet School, where he danced with the Royal Ballet in The Sleeping Beauty, and at Prince Philip's 70th birthday celebrations. He then returned to his birthplace of Birmingham to join BRB in 2004, and has since performed with the Company throughout the country. He has previously assisted in dance workshops with primary schools for BRB's Education Department, and joined Ballet Hoo! at the beginning of summer. He has since offered assistance in classes with both groups and individuals, to help the young people master the choreography.

'Ballet Hoo! offered me a unique opportunity - to do something that had never been done before. It has been really rewarding to work with the young people and to help them grow and watch them mature. I have a lot of respect for all of them. It has made me realise how lucky we are with our profession.'



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