The Human Seasons (based on John Keats’ poem)

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, 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st, 23rd and
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'The Human Seasons' was David Dawson's first work for The Royal Ballet, and takes its title from the poem by John Keats.

It explores the ages of man as a cycle of seasons, from the young of spring all the way through to the death and rebirth of winter, and the kaleidoscope of human emotions that all of this entails.

The Royal Ballet is a world-renowned ballet company based at the Royal Opera House. With 100 dancers it is the largest of Britain’s four major companies, and is regarded as one of the world’s greatest ballet companies.

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