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The Boston Ballet presents its first London season for 30 years, celebrating the company's fiftieth anniversary. Led by Finnish director Mikko Nissinen, it's a quality company and the classy mix of mostly abstract twentieth- and twenty-first-century works should appeal to London audiences. Programme A (Jul 3, 4, 6 & 7) features Balanchine, Jorma Elo and Nijinsky's 'Afternoon of a Faun', while Programme B (Jul 5 & 6) has work by Jiri Kylian and William Forsythe plus Christopher Wheeldon's 'Polyphonia', seen here at the Royal Ballet last year.