Ballet Ireland has gone from strength to strength and has fully justified the increased state funding it received in the last budget.
The company, under the stewardship of Anne Maher and Gunther Falusy, had to reorganise as a troupe and as a company following swinging cuts to its grant aid by Charlie McCreevy. It has coped remarkably well and made an emphatic statement of its renewed ambition earlier this year with its own production of Alice, a show that linked together the most popular scenes from Lewis Carroll's famous creation.
The company worked Alice enormously hard over...
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