British dancer Leo Dixon is an Artist of The Royal Ballet. He trained at The Royal Ballet Upper School and in 2015 graduated into The Royal Ballet’s Aud Jebsen Young Dancers Programme, going on to join the Company as an Artist in 2016. Dixon’s roles included the pas de quatre (Raymonda) and in Rush at the School’s annual matinee, and in Don Quixote, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Swan Lake with the Company. Further performances include Kenneth MacMillan’s Solitaire pas de deux at Gailene Stock’s memorial service.
We asked Leo what he thought about:
what are some small things that make your day?
A RANDOM COMPLIMENT AND GETTING ON A SEAT ON THE TUBE!
when people come to you for help, what do they usually want help with?
TO LISTEN TO THEIR PROBLEMS OR FOR BALLET TIPS
what quirks do you have?
I CAN DO A BACKFLIP. I HAVE A HUGE OPEN MOUTH (NOT JOKING!), I WEAR TIGHTS EVERYDAY FOR WORK...