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Thursday, 3 August, 2000, 14:47 GMT 15:47 UK
Images from a global stage
Edinburgh's International Festival sees the very best of the world's dance, theatre and music celebrated through 180 colourful and diverse performances.


Classic brooding Spanish play Barbaric Comedies is one of the showpiece events of this year's festival

New York City Ballet
The acclaimed New York City Ballet will perform Serenade as one of several pieces from their vast repertoire

Molière's Don Juan r
Molière's Don Juan receives an ambitious Swedish make-over


Speak For Yourself, as performed by the Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT)

The glorious Arcimboldo 2000 from the NDT r
The glorious Arcimboldo 2000 from the NDT rounds off this year's dance calendar

Don Juan
Don Juan explores the darkness of its central character who uses sex as a weapon and defies God

New Age from NDT
New Age from NDT is a playful humorous piece set to cinematic music

The New York City Ballet
The New York City Ballet perform the sassy all-American Western Symphony

Hamlet
Hamlet is played by Angela Winkler, one of Germany's most renown actresses
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