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Robin Thomson, a dancer of the Australian Ballet as the 'rising sun' in Fool on the Hill [picture] / Australian Information Service photograph by John McKinnon
Bib ID 3305749
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
McKinnon, John, photographer
 
Online Versions
Description 1975 
1 photograph : b&w ; 20.5 x 15.7 cm. 
Notes

Title devised by cataloguer from information on reverse.

Inscription: " Some of the tunes the British pop group the Beatles made famous have been turned into ballet for a new Australian Ballet production made especially for television. The production called 'Fool on the Hill' after one of the Bealtes' songs, has been video taped in colour. 'Fool on the Hill' was the idea of British Choreographer Gillian Lynne. It will be screened on the Australian Broadcasting Commission's network in January 1976. Robin Thompson, a dancer with the Australian Ballet, as the 'rising sun'. Australian Information Service Photogarph by John McKinnon. P75/1018, 22/10/75/9." -- printed on reverse.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-137008827

Subjects Thomson, Robin, 1947-2009 -- Portraits.  |  Australian Ballet -- Employees -- Photographs.  |  Fool on the Hill (Ballet) -- Photographs.  |  Fool on the Hill (Choreographic work : Lynne) -- Photographs.  |  Ballet dancers -- Australia -- Portraits.
Occupation Ballet dancers.
Other authors/contributors Australian Information Service
Terms of Use Copyright restrictions may apply. 
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