Ballet Central is pleased to be performing at the Waterside in 2019 with an exceptional range of repertoire.
This is a chance to see young dance graduates on the cusp of their professional careers perform a varied programme of classical ballet and contemporary dance theatre. An exciting evening of theatricality, technical excellence and drama choreographed by top dance industry influencers is promised, with stunning costumes enhanced by powerful music.
Highlights include Christopher Marney’s Carousel Dances, inspired by the 1945 musical Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein, a unique version of the Dying Swan Solo created by Calvin Richardson, and the Company is delighted to present an extract from Frederick Ashton’s acclaimed Valses Nobles et Sentimentales performed to Maurice Ravel’s suite of waltzes.
BALLET CENTRAL CREATIVE WORKSHOP
Artistic staff from Ballet Central will lead two creative workshops themed around Christopher Marney’s Carousel Dances, part of the repertoire the company will perform the same evening.
The workshops are open to all abilities and free to attend if a ticket has been purchased for the evening performance.
5-6pm for children aged 7-11
6-7pm for children aged 12+
Tickets are available online when you book tickets to the performance or call box office on 0161 912 5616.
Book tickets for two or more theatre shows and pay £8 per ticket. Only available on selected shows:
Unsung | Seaside Terror | The Orange Peel | SAME SAME DIFFERENT | Ballet Central | The Cocoa Butter club I Raze Up: Showcase I The Trials of Oscar Wilde | The Haunting of Blaine Manor | Egg | 100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace | Private Lives | Another England
To redeem: call our box office on 0161 912 5616 or pop in Mon - Sat 10:00 - 17:00 (later on event nights) to book. This offer is not available online.
Offer is subject to availability, selected shows only, cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or retrospectively. Tickets must be bought in the same transaction.
Approx. 100 mins, plus interval
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- May 11, 2019, 7:30 p.m. → Book Now