Ballet finds new patterns
Familiar favourites adapted to Television’s special needs; many thousands of new ballet-lovers won; world-famous choreographers creating original themes.
This is the tale of the five years 1946-1950.
(Right) nijinsky, the Master, visits Alexandra Palace a few days before his death to see his famous pupil Serge Lifar at a dress rehearsal.
(Below) Salome. One of the first first [sic] special ballets, which Celia Franca devised and danced.