Here is a round-up of tweets from audiences who saw Lest We Forget in 2014 and 2015, including our performance of Akram Khan’s Dust at Glastonbury Festival.
— Emily Grace Mumford (@EmilyGMumford) November 24, 2015
— joy noorkoiv (@jnoorkoiv) April 2, 2014
Saw my first ever ballet performance this weekend (Lest We Forget @Sadlers_Wells) & it was one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.
— Ben Andac (@TheSakeDiary) September 14, 2015
Lest We Forget is the most beautifully powerful ballet I have ever seen. Akram Khan, totally jaw dropping, heart wrenching choreography pal!
— Natalie Stafford (@NatsStaff) September 12, 2015
Surprise trip to Sadlers Wells: First World War story- Lest We Forget -with the English National Ballet. Utterly beautiful #lovelondon
— Siobhan (@Siobhan_Baillie) September 11, 2015
@ENBallet company on great form and the commissioning was inspired. Seeing them dance Akram Khan was something. A great and vital evening.
— Alan Davey (@armslengthal) April 2, 2014
— Donna D (@donna_de) April 3, 2014
— Ed Vaizey (@edvaizey) April 3, 2014
— Anne Burkle (@BurkleAnne) October 21, 2015
— Susannah park (@Parkydoodle) September 12, 2015
— Alex (@booshkla) September 11, 2015
— Rhian Hughes (@rhianhughes) September 10, 2015
— Kate Birch (@KateBirch20) September 9, 2015
— Susie Dye (@SusieD_LON) September 9, 2015
— Lauren Zolezzi (@LaurenZolezzi) September 9, 2015
— Ruth Mattock (@RuthjsM) September 8, 2015
— Peter Bazalgette (@PeterBazalgette) September 8, 2015
— rosy nevard (@twinkletoesnev) September 8, 2015
— Rachel Graves (@RachelGraves_UK) April 5, 2014
— Peter Maniura (@PManiura) April 3, 2014
— ottilie chichester (@OttyChichester) April 3, 2014
On 29 June 2014, we performed Akram Khan’s Dust on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury – a landmark moment in our history, and that of the iconic festival. Here are some of the reactions from audiences in the field and in front of their TV.
Watching ENB at Glastonbury. A ballet called "Dust".
Never so moved in my life….
— Connor Byrne (@connorjbyrne) July 11, 2014
Just catching up with some highlights of Glastonbury. English National Ballet – WOW. What a beautiful piece from Akram Khan #blownaway
— Jess (@Jess_Ferris) July 5, 2014
— Caroline Mead (@3HeadedLizard) July 1, 2014
English national ballet at Glastonbury!!!! Akram Kahn has made a fantastic piece, the choreo on WW2 🙌it's phenomenal to watch 👏👏👏
— Olivia Storey (@livstorey) June 30, 2014
How great to see English National Ballet at Glastonbury!? What did everyone think? Here's one review http://t.co/s2vRkPTdlq
— Trinity Laban Health (@TL_Health) June 30, 2014
Oh my goodness. English national ballet at Glastonbury. Amazing.
— Charlotte Casey (@charlottecasey) June 30, 2014
— Classic FM (@ClassicFM) June 30, 2014
Profoundly moving piece by English National Ballet at #Glastonbury this afternoon. Well worth a look on iPlayer
— Lucy Reynolds (@tildyteacake) June 29, 2014
Watching the national English ballet piece at Glastonbury, powerful emotional, moving stuff… #glastonbury14
— d’emmerez🦉✨🦊🧛♀️🎃👻 (@d_emmerez) June 29, 2014
The English National Ballet dancing to Akram Khan's First World War theme – Dust was very moving #Glastonbury
— hjtwales (@hjtwales) June 29, 2014
Omg… The ballet at Glastonbury was just so moving, so powerful.. I'm no lover of ballet but that just made me cry…
— Lynn Hessom (@hessom_lynn) June 29, 2014
— PrettyBea (@PrettyBeas) June 29, 2014
Just caught up on the English National Ballet's #glastonbury performance.It was incredibly extraordinary and mesmerising. Absolutely amazing
— Josie Durney (@JosieDurney) June 29, 2014
— Rich Wareham (@Rich_Wareham) June 29, 2014
Wow. English National Ballet dare risk several seconds silence on the Pyramid stage. What am amazing, moving piece of choreography. #Glasto
— Elizabeth Clare (@lizzieclare70) June 29, 2014
Haunting music, emotional, strangely silent and captivated audience….it's the ballet on the Pyramid stage at #Glastonbury
— Melanie King (@kiwimelanie) June 29, 2014
Getting goosebumps watching the English National Ballet on the Pyramid Stage on BBC2 right now!
— Laura Stoneman (@stoneman_laura) June 29, 2014