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SWEET SORROW AS HACKNEY PUPILS PARTED FROM ROMEO AND JULIET

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A Hackney school banned children from seeing the ballet Romeo and Juliet because it was considered 'too heterosexua...
A Hackney school banned children from seeing the ballet Romeo and Juliet because it was considered 'too heterosexual', the Daily Mail reports (p3).

Headmistress, June Brown, now faces disciplinary action, says the paper, because of the ban on Prokofiev's classic which she considers 'a blatantly heterosexual love story'.

Miss Brown will now appear before her employers to explain her actions, the paper reports.
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