Frederick Ashton’s The Two Pigeons sees a young artist leave his home and girlfriend in search of a seductive Gypsy girl that he has seen in town.

Having tracked her down, he sits and sketches her portrait. While the audience never sees the results, often the dancer playing the part of the artist does actually draw a picture on his pad. For the first time, and with the very kind permission of the artists responsible, we can exclusively reveal a few of the images created by our Principals during the recent season…

For more ballet-based draftsmanship, take a look at our recent Pointe Blank project!

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