Dancing Away

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LB0119990831

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer, Deborah Bull, reads five extracts from her diary covering a year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

Abridged by Doreen Estall.

Additional reporting by Jo Morris (1/5).

LB0219990901

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer Deborah Bull reads five extracts from her diary covering a year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

Abridged by Doreen Estall.

Additional reporting by Jo Morris.

Part 2: It is the final performance at the Royal Opera House for at least the next two years, and when the curtain falls, Deborah confesses to a theft.

LB0319990902

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer Deborah Bull reads five extracts from her diary covering a year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

Abridged by Doreen Estall.

Additional reporting by Jo Morris.

Part 3: It is 1998, and some tough decisions lie ahead.

LB04To Lose One Chief Executive May Be Regarded As A Misfortune; To Lose Both Looks Like Carelessness1999090319990828

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer Deborah Bull reads five extracts from her diary covering a year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

Abridged by Doreen Estall.

Additional reporting by Jo Morris.

Part 4: `To lose one chief executive may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness'.

LB051999091019990904

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer Deborah Bull reads five extracts from her diary covering a year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

Abridged by Doreen Estall.

Additional reporting by Jo Morris.

Part 5: Deborah Bull makes one of the biggest decisions to date in her career.

S19981005

The Royal Ballet's principle dancer, Deborah Bull, reads extracts from her diary of the past year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House (1/5).

S19981006

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer, Deborah Bull, reads extracts from her diary of the past year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

It is the final performance for two years at the Royal Opera House, and, when the curtain falls, Deborah confesses to a theft (2/5).

S19981007

The Royal Ballet's principal dancer, Deborah Bull, reads extracts from her diary of the past year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

It is now 1998, and some tough decisions lie ahead...

(3/5).

S19981009

The Royal Ballet's principle dancer, Deborah Bull, reads extracts from her diary of the past year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

In this part, Deborah makes one of the biggest decisions of her career, as a future in the politics of the arts world beckons (5/5).

STo Lose One Chief Executive May Be Regarded As A Misfortune; To Lose Both Looks Like Carelessness19981008

The Royal Ballet's principle dancer, Deborah Bull, reads extracts from her diary of the past year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House.

`To lose one Chief Executive may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness' (4/5).