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Watch the Royal ballet perform Romeo and Juliet after visiting London attractions
Published: Thursday 7th of January 2010
The Royal Ballet's interpretation of William Shakespeare's most famous play will run from January 12th to March 16th.
Choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan, the ballet is staged with period costumes and designs to the famous music of Prokofiev.
Tickets are priced from £6 and the Royal Opera House can be reached by the London Underground. The closest station is Covent Garden, which is on the Piccadilly Line.
Visitors to the tour and exhibition will learn more about the life of Shakespeare and the history of London - a city in which he lived.
Posted by Michael Edwards
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