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She Persisted: Le Sacre du printemps/Broken Wings/Nora - T01445027318

In 2016, English National Ballet made headlines when they commissioned three female choreographers to create work that both celebrated and promoted women's voices in dance. In their follow up to She Said, She Persisted, the Sadler's Wells Associate Company revives Annabelle Lopez Ochoa's biopic of Frida Kahlo, Broken Wings and Pina Bausch's "epic, harrowing and ecstatic" (The Guardian) Le Sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring). And, for her first main-stage commission, Stina Quagebeur, a first artist with the company, takes inspiration from Henrik Ibsen's play A Doll's House in her new work, Nora.Choreographer Pina Bausch (Le Sacre du printemps). Choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa (Broken Wings). Choreographer Stina Quagebeur (Nora).
4 Apr 19 to 13 Apr 19Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L1413583053

Manon - T0948756065

The young and na?ve Manon is torn between two lives: privilege and opulence with the wealthy Monsieur GM, or innocent love with the penniless student Des Grieux. Wanting it all will be her downfall. Aristocrats and beggars, courtesans and harlots fill the stage to take you from a gambling den in 18th-century Paris to a desolate Louisiana swamp, and share with you one of British ballet's most dramatic stories. Famous for its expressive choreography and acting demands, Manon features some of the most challenging roles in ballet. Let our Company sweep you up, to the haunting music of Jules Massenet performed live by English National Ballet Philharmonic.Music Jules Massenet. Company English National Ballet Philharmonic. Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan. Design Mia Stensgaard. Costume Mia Stensgaard. Lighting Mikki Kunttu. Performer Alina Cojocaru (Manon). Performer Joseph Caley (Des Grieux).
16 Jan 19 to 20 Jan 19London Coliseum, West End :: V376
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31 Oct 18 to 3 Nov 18Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
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24 Oct 18 to 27 Oct 18Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
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17 Oct 18 to 20 Oct 18Opera House, Manchester :: V488
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Lest We Forget: No Man's Land/Second Breath/Dust - T01101653700

To commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War, English National Ballet revive their "moving and ambitious" (The Independent) triptych reflecting the experiences of those who fought, and those who stayed behind. The programme features works by two Sadler's Wells Associate Artists: Russell Maliphant's Second Breath, in which 20 dancers rise and fall, and Akram Khan's award-winning Dust which is "full of pain and power" (The Independent), as well as Liam Scarlett's No Man's Land ? evoking the entwined destinies of the soldiers and munition workers.Choreographer Liam Scarlett (No Man's Land). Music Franz Liszt (No Man's Land). Music Gavin Sutherland (Arrangement/Orchestration - No Man's Land). Design JJon Bausor (No Man's Land). Lighting Paul Keogan (No Man's Land). Choreographer Russell Maliphant (Second Breath). Lighting Michael Hulls (Second Breath). Music Andy Cowton (Second Breath). Music Ben Foskett (Orchestration - Second Breath). Costume Stevie Stewart (Second Breath). Choreographer Akram Khan (Dust). Director Akram Khan (Dust). Music Jocelyn Pook (Dust). Design Sander Loonen (Set - Dust). Design Kime Nakano (Dust). Lighting Fabiana Piccioli (Dust). DramaturgRuth Little (Dust). Performer Alina Cojocaru (No Man's Land). Performer Isaac Hernandez (No Man's Land). Performer Erina Takahashi (No Man's Land). Performer Fabian Reimair (No Man's Land). Performer Crystal Costa (No Man's Land). Performer Aitor Arrieta (No Man's Land). Performer Alina Cojocaru (Second Breath). Performer Junor Souza (Second Breath). Performer Tamara Rojo (Dust). Performer James Streeter (Dust). Performer Fabian Reimair (Dust).
20 Sep 18 to 29 Sep 18Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L978175495

Le Jeune Homme et la Mort/La Sylphide - T034196832

Le Jeune Homme et la Mort - Last performed by English National Ballet in 2013, Roland Petit's Le Jeune Homme et la Mort follows a young man hopelessly in love with a cruel and faithless mistress. He waits desperately for her, but when she finally arrives, she torments him. Distraught and confused, the young man succumbs to his despair. Performed to Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, with a libretto by Jean Cocteau, Petit's ballet is a searing display of unrequited love and its tragic consequences. La Sylphide - On the morning of his wedding to his sweet fianc?e Effy, James awakens from a dream to see a mysterious and tantalising Sylphide before him. His obsession with her sets off a fateful sequence of events where joy turns to sorrow, love to betrayal and infatuation to tragedy.Performer Ivan Vasiliev. Performer Tamara Rojo. Performer Isaac Hernandez. Performer Joseph Caley. Performer Cesar Corrales.
16 Jan 18 to 20 Jan 18London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L1753868155

Song of the Earth/La Sylphide - T1309133609

Song of the Earth - Inspired by Mahler's haunting song cycle Das Lied von der Erde, MacMillan brings music, poetry and choreography together to capture the fragility of life, and its constant renewal. Three central figures portray the bittersweet reality of love, loss, and mortality: a Woman, a Man and an enigmatic Messenger. First performed in 1965, Song of the Earth was a point of departure for MacMillan's choreography, surprising and captivating audiences and critics. English National Ballet is honoured to add this revered MacMillan work to its repertoire. La Sylphide - On the morning of his wedding to his sweet fianc?e Effy, James awakens from a dream to see a mysterious and tantalising Sylphide before him. His obsession with her sets off a fateful sequence of events where joy turns to sorrow, love to betrayal and infatuation to tragedy. August Bournonville's classic Romantic ballet is devotedly recreated by Eva Kloborg and Frank Andersen in this captivating production, and is accompanied by an enchanting score, played live by English National Ballet Philharmonic.Performer Tamara Rojo (Lead Lady - Song of the Earth). Performer Joseph Caley (Lead Man - Song of the Earth). Performer Jeffrey Cirio (Messenger - Song of the Earth). Performer Jurgita Dronina (La Sylphide). Performer Isaac Hernandez (James - La Sylphide).
9 Jan 18 to 13 Jan 18London Coliseum, West End :: V376
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17 Oct 17 to 21 Oct 17Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
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11 Oct 17 to 14 Oct 17Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
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Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration - Song of the Earth - T01820246088

Kenneth MacMillan first heard Gustav Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde in 1958. He immediately fell in love with Mahler's elegiac score and determined to set it for ballet. He created his Song of the Earth in 1965 for Stuttgart Ballet, on the invitation of his friend John Cranko. The ballet was instantly acclaimed and The Royal Ballet took the piece into its repertory only six months after the Stuttgart premiere. MacMillan introduced a narrative thread to the piece's six movements, drawing on imagery from Hans Bethge's translation of the six Tang dynasty-era poems used by Mahler. Marcia Hayd?e created the role of the woman, a figure of loneliness isolated from the movements of the corps de ballet around her. In MacMillan's hands Death becomes a gentle, ever-present companion. Earthbound, non-classical movements morph seamlessly into modernist curves in a work of breathtaking beauty and power.Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan. Music Gustav Mahler. Design Nicholas Georgiadis. Lighting John B Read.
24 Oct 17 to 1 Nov 17Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L1820766195

Emerging Dancer - T02074058678

Success in ballet requires a huge amount of hard work, talent and creative curiosity. Through this annual event, English National Ballet recognises the excellence of its artists. Selected by their peers, six of the company's most promising dancers perform in front of an eminent panel of expert judges, before one receives the 2017 Emerging Dancer Award. This inspiring evening is a fantastic opportunity to watch rising stars flourish, and witness how far their dedication has taken them. The recipients of the People's Choice Award, selected by members of the public, and the Corps de Ballet Award, acknowledging the work on and off-stage of a member of the Corps de Ballet, will also be revealed.
25 May 17Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L679833613

The Rite of Spring/In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated/Adagio Hammerklavier - T1749221524

The Rite of Spring - Pina Bausch's production features 13 male and 13 female dancers and a stage covered in soil. Dancing the selection and sacrifice of a terrified victim, it is as gut-wrenching and galvanising as Stravinsky's score, performed live by English National Ballet Philharmonic. English National Ballet is honoured to be only the second Company in the world beyond Tanztheater Wuppertal, and the only UK Company to perform Bausch's masterpiece, not seen in the UK since 2008. In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated - With "this classic loaded with extreme moves and killer attitude" (The Times), William Forsythe started a completely new school of choreography, deconstructing classical ballet. Set against a bare stage it is danced by nine individuals culminating in a fierce display of technical and physical wizardry. Adagio Hammerklavier - As the first notes of Beethoven's pensive piano Sonata No 29, Op 106 play out, three couples slowly walk on stage. Eyes downcast, they set the tone for this cool, lyrical work by Hans van Manen, "one of the great masters" (The Guardian) of ballet.Choreographer Pina Bausch (The Rite of Spring). Choreographer William Forsythe (The Middle Somewhat Elevated). Choreographer Hans van Manen (Adagio Hammerklavier).
23 Mar 17 to 1 Apr 17Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L297564607

She Said - T0993156722

World Premiere. English National Ballet's triple bill features three new pieces created by world-class female choreographers Aszure Barton, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and Yabin Wang. Between them, the trio have worked with some of the world's top dance companies and artists - including Dutch National Ballet (Lopez Ochoa), Sydney Dance Company (Barton) and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (Wang). Set to a new score by Mason Bates, Aszure Barton creates a piece fuelled by the individuality of the dancers, while Annabelle Lopez Ochoa collaborates with director Nancy Meckler to present the story of the iconic artist Frida Kahlo. Closing the evening, Yabin Wang brings the Greek heroine Medea into the realm of classical China, set against a flowing silk backdrop and to new music by Jocelyn Pook.Choreographer Aszure Barton. Choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa. Choreographer Yabin Wang.
13 Apr 16 to 16 Apr 16Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L01374083871

Lest We Forget: Second Breath/No Man's Land/Duet - T1280305177

Award-winning British choreographers Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant and Liam Scarlett have created works honouring the 100th anniversary of the Great War. Completing this programme for English National Ballet is George Williamson's Firebird. This is the first time that Akram Khan and Russell Maliphant have collaborated with a classical ballet company in creating work which fuses the classical ballet traditions with modern contemporary dance. Lest We Forget promises to be a landmark event in British ballet appealing to contemporary dance audiences as well as ballet devotees. Running time: 2hrs 50mins with intervalsChoreographer Russell Maliphant (Second Breath). Lighting Michael Hulls (Second Breath). Music Andy Cowton (Second Breath). Orchestration Ben Foskett (Second Breath). Costume Stevie Stewart (Second Breath). Choreographer Liam Scarlett (No Man's Land). Music Liszt (No Man's Land). Design Jon Bausor (No Man's Land). Lighting Paul Keogan (No Man's Land). Choreographer Akram Khan (Duet). Music Jocelyn Pock (Duet). DramaturgRuth Little (Duet). Costume Kimie Nakano (Duet). Lighting Fabiana Piccioli (Duet). Design Sander Loonen (Duet).
24 Nov 15Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
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20 Oct 15Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
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8 Sep 15 to 12 Sep 15Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L184610680

Choreographics - T917980754

Each year English National Ballet encourages its dancers to choreograph their own programme of new work. For 2015, each dancer/choreographer will create a work inspired by the theme of post-war America. As a part of the process, they will receive mentoring from the renowned choreographer, dancer and Sadler's Wells Associate Artist Russell Maliphant, and mentor Kerry Nicholls, as well as musical guidance from Music Director Gavin Sutherland. The finished pieces will be performed at Choreographics, an event opened by the 2015 Choreographic Competition winner from English National Ballet School. Running time: 1hr 40mins (including one 20min interval)
19 Jun 15 to 20 Jun 15The Lilian Baylis Theatre, Inner London :: V236
listing details L0797934795

Modern Masters: Petite Mort/Spring and Fall/In the Middle Somewhat Elevated - T02147200301

Petite Mort - Created in 1991, Jir? Kyli?n's poetic piece, features six men, six women, and six fencing foils, symbolising energy, silence and sexuality. Performed to the slow movements of two Mozart Piano Concerti, the foils slowly become dancing partners, as the brutality of everyday life is revealed. Petite Mort is a quintessential Kyli?n masterwork, loved by our audience and our dancers when we performed it last year. Spring and Fall - In the same year that Petite Mort was premiered, Hamburg Ballet's John Neumeier, a new master of narrative and dramatic ballet, created Spring and Fall. Set to the Dvor?k's Serenade for Strings in E Major, it is a work for two couples and corps de ballet and takes its narrative from the tension in the music. Spring and Fall is not in the repertoire of any other UK company. In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated - With In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, William Forsythe started a completely new school of choreography, deconstructing classical ballet and liberating a new generation of classical dancers to show off their abilities. Set against a bare stage it is danced by nine individuals culminating in a fierce display of technical and physical wizardry.Choreographer Jiri Kylian (Petite Mort). Music W.A. Mozart (Petite Mort). Design Jiri Kylian (Petite Mort). Costume Joke Visser (Petite Mort). Lighting Jiri Kylian (concept Petite Mort). Lighting Joop Caboort (realisation - Petite Mort). Choreographer John Neumeier (Spring and Fall). Music Antonin Dvorak (Spring and Fall). Lighting John Neumeier (Spring and Fall). Costume John Neumeier (Spring and Fall). Choreographer William Forsythe (In the Middle Somewhat Elevated). Music Thom Willems (In the Middle Somewhat Elevated collaborating with Les Stuck). Lighting William Forsythe (In the Middle Somewhat Elevated). Costume William Forsythe (In the Middle Somewhat Elevated).
10 Mar 15 to 15 Mar 15Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L0386899110

English National Ballet's Emerging Dancer Competition 2014 - T01429304316

19 May 14Lyceum Theatre, West End :: V422
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Lest We Forget - T0491682530

Award-winning British choreographers Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant and Liam Scarlett have created works honouring the 100th anniversary of the Great War. Completing this programme for English National Ballet is George Williamson's Firebird. This is the first time that Akram Khan and Russell Maliphant have collaborated with a classical ballet company in creating work which fuses the classical ballet traditions with modern contemporary dance. Lest We Forget promises to be a landmark event in British ballet appealing to contemporary dance audiences as well as ballet devotees. Running time: 2hrs 50mins with intervalsChoreographer Akram Khan. Choreographer Russell Maliphant. Choreographer Liam Scarlett. Choreographer George Williamson. Performer Tamara Rojo. Performer Alina Cojocaru.
2 Apr 14 to 12 Apr 14Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
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ENB Company Class - T01268535158

30 Nov 13Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
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23 Nov 13Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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2 Nov 13New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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ENB Family Dance Workshop - T1910239750

30 Nov 13Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L89963065

ENB: Uncovering Le Corsaire - T01161541301

28 Nov 13Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
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ENB Live Drawing Event - T980770927

27 Nov 13Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
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21 Nov 13Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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1 Nov 13New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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18 Oct 13Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
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ENB: The Nutcracker Dance and Design Workshop - T2000875311

23 Nov 13Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
listing details L01175509338

ENB Dance is the Word Workshop - T1045383361

22 Nov 13Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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1 Nov 13New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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ENB Centre Stage Series - T0898192678

2 Nov 13New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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ENB: Adult and Youth Ballet Workshops - T273769702

15 Oct 13Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
listing details L1715446937

A Tribute to Rudolf Nureyev - T2054043482

75 years after Nureyev's birth and 20 since his death, English National Ballet celebrates the legacy of this uniquely gifted dancer from his traditional classical beginnings through to his inspirational innovation. Petrushka is a hopelessly romantic puppet trapped in a love triangle with the Ballerina and the Moor, choreographed by Fokine to Stravinsky's score. Nureyev danced Petrushka throughout his career and all around the world. Song of a Wayfarer by Maurice B?jart is one of the most beautiful ballets ever created for the male dancer, set to Mahler's first song cycle. This work marked Nureyev's move to the French contemporary repertoire in the early 1970s. Raymonda Act III was choreographed by Marius Petipa, creator of The Sleeping Beauty. The celebratory final act contains some of his finest work to Glazunov's magnificent score. Nureyev mounted this version in 1969, a memory of his formative years at the Mariinsky.
25 Jul 13 to 27 Jul 13London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L0116023971

T1805940986 (THEPLACE13)

English National Ballet and the Royal College of Music have joined forces for a unique collaboration presented on 3 and 4 May 2013 at The Place, London. With just a week to go, these up-and-coming choreographers and composers are putting the final touches to what is set to be one of London's most exciting showcases of new choreography and composition. Choreographics is directed by English National Ballet Associate Artist George Williamson who has asked the dancers to choose a letter as inspiration for their work. With this as a starting point, choreographer and composer will work together as partners, exploring and building the relationship between dance and music. Over twenty dancers from English National Ballet will be performing in these collaborations including Emerging Dancer 2013 winner Nancy Osbaleston, Emerging Dancer 2013 nominee Alison McWhinney and winner of the Critics' Circle Award for outstanding classical performance, Ksenia Ovsyanick.Choreographer Stina Quagebeur. Music laurence Osborn. Choreographer Makoto Nakamura. Music Gerardo Gozzi. Choreographer Fabian Reimair. Music Raquel Garcia Tomas. Choreographer Tamarin Stott. Music Ryan Cockerham. Choreographer Anton Lukovkin. Music Andrew Baldwin.
3 May 13 to 4 May 13The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
listing details L0480221148

Ecstasy and Death: Petite Mort/Le Jeune Homme et la Mort/Etudes - T463131547

Three contrasting 20th century ballets of magnificent choreography and deep poetic emotion, showcasing the company's stylistic versatility, technical brilliance and dramatic flair. Petite Mort is danced to two Mozart piano concertos and explores energy, silence and sexuality. This Company premiere of Jir? Kyli?n's beautiful, poetic piece, is a landmark of contemporary choreography. Le Jeune Homme et la Mort is Roland Petit's choreographic masterpiece. It concerns a faithless woman tormenting her young lover, driving him to despair. It has attracted some of the greatest male dancers, from Nureyev to Baryshnikov. Etudes is Harald Lander's classical, glamorous celebration of how a daily ballet class develops from simple stretching at the barre to a full virtuoso performance showcasing the artistry and skills of the corps de ballet.Music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Music Johann Sebastian Bach. Music Knudage Riisager. Design Georges Wakhevitch (after Rolf Gerard). Lighting Joop Caboort. Lighting Jean-Michel Desire. Lighting David Moh. Costume Joke Visser. Costume Barbara Karinska. Choreographer Kiri Kylian. Design Jiri Kylian. Choreographer Roland Petit. Choreographer Harald Lander. Performer Tamara Rojo. Performer Nicolas Le Riche. Performer Carlos Acosta. Performer Jia Zhang. Performer Erina Takahashi. Performer Vadim Muntagirov. Performer James Forbat. Performer Esteban Berlanga. Performer Shiori Kase. Performer Dmitri Gruzdyev. Performer Ken Saruhashi. Performer Arionel Vargas. Performer Zhanat Atymtayev.
18 Apr 13 to 21 Apr 13London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L0299439038

Emerging Dancer Award 2013 - T649645271

The Emerging Dancer Competition, now in its fourth year, is English National Ballet's annual competition that recognises and nurtures talent, and encourage excellence in the Company. Come and experience the excitement of seeing young talent in the live final as the six Emerging Dancer nominees perform two solos in front of an eminent panel of expert judges. The 2013 Emerging Dancer Award winner is announced at the end of the evening together with the recipient of The People's Choice Award, which is voted for by members of the public. This is a fantastic opportunity to see extraordinary talent flourish in an intimate venue. The search is on for the stars of tomorrow!
4 Mar 13Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
listing details L01545671742

Beyond Ballets Russes - Programme 2: World Premiere of new Toer van Schayk work/Apollo/Suite en Blanc - T0712710354

English National Ballet celebrates the legacy of the Ballets Russes with performances inspired by some of the troupe's great works. Ballets Russes productions were collaborations with major choreographers, composers, artists and dancers of the time including Pavlova, Picasso, Debussy, Chanel, Matisse, Nijinsky and Stravinsky. The Chanel legacy lives on with Balanchine's Apollo where "The Muses' Lagerfeld tutus are beautiful, and a happy link with the fact that Gabrielle Chanel designed costumes for the Muses in 1928" (The Financial Times). This ballet by George Balanchine - himself a Ballets Russes dancer - is a neo-classical masterpiece which marked the young Balanchine's first collaboration with Stravinsky. Following hit performances by English National Ballet in 2001, Suite en Blanc returns to the London Coliseum. It is a glittering heritage ballet which was choreographed by one of Diaghilev's star dancers Serge Lifar - "as flamboyant and proud, and life-enhancing a confection as any made before or since" (The Independent on Sunday). Toer van Schayk creates a new work especially for this season in the spirit of the Ballets Russes.
28 Mar 12 to 1 Apr 12London Coliseum, West End :: V376
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Beyond Ballets Russes - Programme 1: L'apres-midi d'un/Faun(e)/Firebird/The Rite of Spring - T01315699877

English National Ballet celebrates the legacy of the Ballets Russes with performances inspired by some of the troupe's great works. Ballets Russes productions were collaborations with major choreographers, composers, artists and dancers of the time including Pavlova, Picasso, Debussy, Chanel, Matisse, Nijinsky and Stravinsky. This programme sees the World Premiere of a new Firebird choreographed by young British choreographer George Williamson with designs by David Bamber. David Dawson's Faun(e) which was described as 'rapturous' by The Sunday Times, is performed alongside Dawson's inspiration, Nijinsky's L'apres-midi d'un faune which caused huge controversy at its premiere with its hauntingly beautiful Debussy score. The finale is MacMillan's magnificent reworking of the visceral The Rite of Spring.
22 Mar 12 to 27 Mar 12London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L01059027007

T0794604017 (INNERGEN12)

Join English National Ballet for an evening of music, dance and poetry from a time when Greek Gods and Goddesses ruled the universe from atop Mount Olympus. Sip wines and enjoy a sumptuous three course dinner while enjoying performances from English National Ballet's star dancers and surprise musical entertainment. There is also an opportunity to bid for unique and exclusive items in both the silent and live auctions which aim to raise vital funds for the company.
12 Mar 12General, Inner London :: V1231
listing details L1749560582

T620626200 (TATE12)

The epic space of the North Duveen gallery will be buzzing with life as English National Ballet animates Picasso and Modern British Art with ballet classes, workshops, rehearsals and performances. The programme includes opportunities to watch, sketch and even join in over the course of the week. English National Ballet's residency at Tate Britain is an extraordinary opportunity to witness dance and visual art together, and explore how Picasso was so enthused by the great ballet Company. The artistic culmination of the residency will be performances of three ballets commissioned by English National Ballet especially for Tate Britain and the Picasso and Modern British Art exhibition which will be premiered in the Duveen galleries at Late at Tate on Friday 2 March. The full schedule of activities will be available from 6 February. It is not necessary to book for the majority of the week's activities but some events will be ticketed (free tickets available on the day).
27 Feb 12 to 4 Mar 12Tate Britain, Inner London :: V01727332466
listing details L510243539

Strictly Gershwin - T624639913

A dazzling homage to George Gerswhin, the big band era and the razmatazz of the thirties, guaranteed to to get your toes tapping and your spirits soaring. Each performance will feature international guest stars including Royal Ballet principal Tamara Rojo, Stuttgart Ballet’s Friedemann Vogel, Guillaume Cote from the National Ballet of Canada and tap dancers Douglas Mills and Paul Robinson.Producer Raymond Gubbay. Company English National Ballet. Director Derek Deane. Choreographer Derek Deane. Musical Director Gareth Valentine. Design Roberta Guidi di Bagno. Costume Roberta Guidi di Bagno. Lighting Howard Harrison. Performer Maria Friedman. Performer Tamara Rojo. Performer Daria Klimentova. Performer Elena Glurdjidze. Performer Arionel Vargas. Performer Vadim Muntagirov. Performer Friedemann Vogel. Performer Guillaume Cote. Performer Douglas Mills. Performer Paul Robinson. Performer Jonathan Scott (piano).
14 Feb 12 to 18 Feb 12Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
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4 Jan 12 to 15 Jan 12London Coliseum, West End :: V376
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15 Nov 11 to 19 Nov 11Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
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1 Nov 11 to 5 Nov 11Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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25 Oct 11 to 29 Oct 11Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935
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18 Oct 11 to 22 Oct 11Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
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12 Oct 11 to 15 Oct 11Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
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6 Oct 11 to 9 Oct 11New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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9 Jun 11 to 19 Jun 11The Royal Albert Hall, Inner London :: V221
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Carmen/Le Jeune Homme et la Mort/L'Arlesienne - T0846350420

Choreographer Roland Petit. Performer Fernanda Oliveira (Carmen).
21 Jul 11 to 24 Jul 11London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L1247532087

Black & White: Resolution/Men Y Men/Suite en Blanc - T01276791412

Music Gustav Mahler. Music Sergei Rachmaninoff. Choreographer Wayne Eagling. Choreographer Van le Ngoc. Performer Daria Klimentove. Performer Vadim Muntagirov. Performer Fernanda Oliveira. Performer Max Westwell.
16 Mar 11 to 19 Mar 11London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L426514720

Programme 1- Apollo/Le Spectre de la Rose/The Dying Swan/L'après-midi d'un Faune/Schéhérazade - T01136452905

16 Jun 09 to 20 Jun 09Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L01494699538

Programme 2 - Les Sylphides/Le Spectre de la Rose/The Dying Swan/L'après-midi d'un Faune/The Rite of Spring - T228478170

17 Jun 09 to 20 Jun 09Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L01551042339

Exploring Ballets Russes - The Dying Swan/Schéhérazade - T01689429831

18 Jun 09Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L524428952

Festival Ballet - Etudes/A Million Kisses to my Skin/Resolution - T1883844272

English National Ballet makes a triumphant return with a thrilling programme of one-act ballets. Etudes is a glamorous celebration of the dancers' daily ballet class, moving from simple stretching at the barre to steps showcasing the virtuosity and bravura which make performances so exciting. [David Dawson]’s A Million Kisses to my Skin returns to English National Ballet’s repertoire. This inventive and fast moving ballet is a passionate rollercoaster of lyrical elegance and sublime beauty, set to Bach’s Concerto No.1 in D minor. The programme is completed by a new piece from Artistic Director, [Wayne Eagling] Resolution. July 3 14:00 - Exploring Etudes - A special performance looks at the rehearsal process which goes into staging a ballet like Etudes.
2 Jul 08 to 5 Jul 08Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
listing details L01853362741

Swan into Spring - T01577883007

Featuring highlights from Swan Lake and other ballets.Corporate Sponsor skyARTS.
25 Mar 08 to 26 Mar 08Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
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11 Mar 08 to 12 Mar 08Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
listing details L1877120525

The Snow Queen - T1497801594

The Snow Queen is a touching, gothic fairytale which will be lavishly retold by English National Ballet's full Company of dancers with live music from the full Orchestra of English National Ballet. The Snow Queen is a tale about two young friends Kay and Gerda. Eternal winter descends on their land and Kay catches a sliver of the Snow Queen's shattered magic mirror in his eye. As a result he sees everything in the world as bad and twisted. Mesmerised by the beauty of the Snow Queen, he goes with her to her palace in the far frozen north. Gerda searches the world over to find her friend and with the help of the Gypsies and their reindeer, she makes her way to the Snow Queen's Palace. Her love for Kay releases him from his spell. The sliver of mirror falls from his eye and the curse of eternal winter is broken.Corporate Sponsor skyARTS. Adapted by Michael Corder (from the fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen). Choreographer Michael Corder. Director Michael Corder. Music Prokofiev. Music Julian Philips (musical arrangement). Design Mark Bailey. Lighting Paul Pyant. Performer Daria Klimentova. Performer Yosvani Ramos. Performer Fernanda Oliveira.
12 Dec 07 to 16 Dec 07London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L0590932464
28 Nov 07 to 2 Dec 07Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
listing details L066949742
13 Nov 07 to 18 Nov 07Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
listing details L932323780
30 Oct 07 to 3 Nov 07New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
listing details L1216270118
17 Oct 07 to 21 Oct 07Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L1502072713
11 Oct 07 to 14 Oct 07Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
listing details L0530743444

Sinfonietta Giocosa/A Million Kisses to my Skin - T012702317

[Christopher Hampson]'s sparkling and effeescent Sinfonietta Giocosa [David Dawson]'s sublime A Million Kisses to my Skin and a series of three pas de deux are the perfect way to show the talent of English National Ballet's dancers.Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Sinfonietta Giocosa). Choreographer David Dawson (A Million Kisses to my Skin).
30 Mar 07 to 31 Mar 07Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
listing details L1892098330

The Canterville Ghost - T01935676134

The Canterville Ghost is bewitching and beguiling, spooky and side-splitting. Narrated by TV's [Tom Baker] and packed full of colourful characters and creepy costumes, The Canterville Ghost is the perfect introduction for the whole family to the magic of ballet.Choreographer Will Tuckett.
9 Mar 07 to 10 Mar 07Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L802128413

Melody on the Move/Sinfonietta Giocosa/A Million Kisses to my Skin - T514970135

The opening programme features three colourful ballets. [Michael Corder['s Melody on the Move is a nostalgic celebration of the dance, theatre and music from a bygone era, set to classic sounds from the 1930s, 40s and 50s. [Christopher Hampson]'s dazzling, neo-classical Sinfonietta Giocosa is performed here for the first time in London. [David Dawson]'s A Million Kisses to my Skin, another London premiere, is a thrilling rollercoaster of colour and speed.Choreographer Michael Corder (Melody on the Move). Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Sinfonietta Giocosa). Choreographer David Dawson (A Million Kisses to my Skin).
6 Mar 07 to 7 Mar 07Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L125439534

Melody on the Move/The Canterville Ghost - T01678369362

28 Feb 07 to 3 Mar 07Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124
listing details L01508358783

The Canterville Ghost/Triple Bill - T288705357

20 Feb 07 to 25 Feb 07Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
listing details L0638651396

Synergy - T01338374937

Synergy is an experimental project bringing together three major national arts organisations. English National Ballet, the Royal College of Music and the Royal College of Art have joined forces to create new works showcasing the imaginative vision of these young dancers, musicians and filmmakers. The works span a diverse range of themes, from the four elements to mythology, love and beauty to the nature of movement. The project provides the foundation for what is hoped will result in future collaborations and provides a springboard from which creative artists of the future can launch their careers.Choreographer Yat-Sen Chang. Music Dominic Sewell. Performer Simone Clarke. Performer Senri Kou. Performer Lisa Probert. Performer Laura Bruna. Performer Cesar Morales. Performer Daniel Kraus. Performer Juan Rodriguez. Performer Shevelle Dynott. Choreographer Thomas Edur. Music Charlie Piper. Performer Adela Ramirez. Performer Maria Kochetkova. Performer Begona Cao. Performer Max Westwell. Performer James Streeter. Performer Arionel Vargas. Choreographer Maria Ribo Pares. Music Tom Davey. Performer Erina Takahashi. Performer Yosvani Ramos. Performer Fernando Bufala. Performer Sarah McIlory. Performer Dmitri Gruzdyev. Choreographer Van Le Ngoc. Music Doi Satoko. Performer Fernanda Oliveira. Performer Maria Jose Sales. Performer Elisa Celis. Performer Fabian Reimair. Performer James Forbat. Performer Laurent Liotardo.
29 Sep 06 to 30 Sep 06Britten Theatre, Inner London :: V172
listing details L02142429634

Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes/Trapeze/Melody on the Move - T01777393237

Choreographer Michael Corder (Melody on the Move). Choreographer Mark Morris (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Music Virgil Thomson (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Design Santo Loquasto (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Lighting Michael Chybowski (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Trapeze). Choreographer Michael Corder (Melody on the Move).
25 Nov 03 to 26 Nov 03New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
listing details L0597873711
4 Nov 03 to 5 Nov 03Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L1176554642

Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes/Melody on the Move/The Rite of Spring - T309839219

Choreographer Michael Corder (Melody on the Move). Choreographer Mark Morris (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Music Virgil Thomson (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Design Santo Loquasto (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Lighting Michael Chybowski (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes).
8 Jul 03 to 9 Jul 03Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L2062738554

Sea of Troubles/New Choreography - T1806198120

As part of the international celebration of [Kenneth MacMillan]
24 May 03 to 27 May 03Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L2031849295

T01497849864 (ABBEY03)

ENB will be performing three of ten works played by Dame Gillian Weir. Under the artistic co-ordination of William Tuckett, choreographers Cathy Marston, Sara Matthews and Tom Sapsford promise to produce exciting and stimulating movement to stir the soul and celebrate the surroundings.Performer Gillian Weir (organist).
13 May 03General, Inner London :: V1231
listing details L01355941581

Hollywood Smash and Grab 2/Sideshow/2 Human/Manoeuvre - T01493587303

This breathtaking 4-ballet programme is a brilliant showcase of modern classical dance and virtuoso performances, including two world premieres, a ballet created for [Rudolf Nureyev] and [Lynn Seymour] by [Kenneth MacMillan] and Manoeuvre with its blend of classical ballet and circus acrobatics. A spine-tingling fantasia of ballet to bewitch and excite.Choreographer Noel Wallace (Hollywood Smash and Grab). Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan (Sideshow). Choreographer Wayne McGregor (2 Human). Choreographer Patrick Lewis (Manoeuvre).
2 May 03 to 3 May 03Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952
listing details L315381500
25 Apr 03 to 26 Apr 03Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L0189321314
22 Apr 03 to 23 Apr 03Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
listing details L01192031653
16 Apr 03 to 17 Apr 03Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657
listing details L01173763080

Tour de Force - Trapeze Facing Viv/Grand Pas (from Paquita) - T1928538894

An exceptional programme of new ballets showcasing the brilliance of some of the finest dancers in the world.. [Cathy Marston] is a rising star of British choreography. Her first work for English National Ballet, Facing Viv, is her response to T.S. Eliot’s epic poem, The Waste Land. A combination of fluidity and off-kilter shapes that push the furthest boundaries of dance, she utilises six dancers to represent the different dynamics and moods of Eliot’s relationship with his wife, Viv. Trapeze, by Barclays TMA Theatre Award-Winning choreographer [Christopher Hampson], uses [Prokofiev]’s rediscovered music for a ballet to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the composer's death. This vibrant and challenging score is the foundation for Hampson’s new dynamic work. Paquita, a classical ballet-lovers dream. The spectacular tutus, glittering tiaras and dazzling display of classical ballet technique make this ballet a firm favourite with all who see it. Twelve of English National Ballet's world-class dancers create a spectacular display of technical skills that build to a breathtaking climax of ballet at its best.Choreographer Cathy Marston. Choreographer Christopher Hampson.
29 Apr 03 to 30 Apr 03Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L2128823410
25 Apr 03 to 26 Apr 03Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L01221062728
22 Apr 03 to 23 Apr 03The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01607593027
16 Apr 03 to 17 Apr 03Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L639124577

Facing Viv/Trapeze/2 Human/Manoeuvre - T609958303

English National Ballet makes a triumphant debut at the new Sadler’s Wells with an exceptional programme of new ballets showcasing the brilliance of some of the finest dancers in the world.. [Cathy Marston] is a rising star of British choreography. Her first work for English National Ballet, Facing Viv, is her response to T.S. Eliot’s epic poem, The Waste Land and is given its London Premiere during this Season. A combination of fluidity and off-kilter shapes that push the furthest boundaries of dance, she utilises six dancers to represent the different dynamics and moods of Eliot’s relationship with his wife, Viv. Trapeze, a World Premiere by Barclays TMA Theatre Award-Winning choreographer [Christopher Hampson], uses [Prokofiev]’s rediscovered music for a ballet to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the composer's death. This vibrant and challenging score is the foundation for Hampson’s new dynamic work. [Wayne McGregor], Artistic Director of our resident company, [Random Dance], creates his first work for English National Ballet. This is the World Premiere of a duet that illustrates McGregor’s unique choreographic language and affirms his position as one of Britain’s most exciting young choreographers. The London Premiere of ex-English National Ballet dancer [Patrick Lewis]’ Manoeuvre is a visual feast which showcases the powerhouse of talent in the Company's male dancers. In a dazzling display of dance pyrotechnics the work explores the athleticism of classical ballet and circus acrobatics.Choreographer Cathy Marston (Facing Viv). Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Trapeze). Choreographer Wayne McGregor (2 Human). Choreographer Patrick Lewis (Manoeuvre).
8 Apr 03 to 12 Apr 03Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L1335365846

Double Concerto/Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes/The Rite of Spring - T01458171787

This thrilling programme of one-act ballets offer an extraordinary evening of colour and contrast, and demonstrates the tremendous versatility and talent of the Company's dancers.Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan (The Rite of Spring). Music Igor Stravinsky (The Rite of Spring). Design Yolanda Sonnabend (The Rite of Spring). Other Julie Lincoln (restaging - The Rites of Spring). Choreographer Mark Morris (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Music Virgil Thomson (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Design Santo Loquasto (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Lighting Michael Chybowski (Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes). Performer Erine Takahashi. Performer Elena Gludjidze. Performer Elisa Celis. Performer Emma Northmore. Performer Begona Cao. Performer Amy Hollins. Performer Agnes Oaks. Performer Sarah McIlory. Performer Alice Crawford. Performer Clara Barbera. Performer Lisa Probert. Performer Maria Ribo Pares. Performer Cameron McMillan. Performer Jan-Erik Wikstrom. Performer Gary Avis. Performer Dmitri Gruzdyev. Performer Trevor Schoonraad. Performer David Shipp. Performer Thomas Edur. Performer Juanjo Arques. Performer Vladislav Bubnov. Performer Yosvani Rams. Performer Juan Rodriquez. Performer Daniel Jones.
9 Dec 02 to 11 Dec 02London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L0907518511
19 Nov 02 to 23 Nov 02Opera House, Manchester :: V488
listing details L1409871556
12 Nov 02 to 13 Nov 02Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
listing details L1282176479

Apollo/Who Cares?/Double Concerto - T869662950

Apollo - A neo-classical masterpiece exploring the mythological youth of the god Apollo who instructs the muses of poetry, mime and dance. Set to a thrilling [Stravinsky] score, Apollo was created by the legendary [George Balanchine], the creative force behind the much-celebrated New York City Ballet and arguably the single most influential figure in 20th Century ballet. A striking and poignant ballet, not to be missed. Who Cares? is a dazzling homage to George [Gershwin], the big band era and all the razzmatazz of the thirties. Featuring some of [Gershwin]'s best known tunes including The Man I Love, S'Wonderful and I Got Rhythm, this is a brilliant balletic tribute to the genius of [Fred Astaire] and [Ginger Rogers] which will have you tapping your feet and asking for more. Double Concerto is a new ballet by the exciting young choreographer Christopher Hampson, who has already proven his talent with three one act ballets for English National Ballet and most recently with A Christmas Carol at London's Royal Festival Hall. The Daily Telegraph described h him as 'an invaluable choreographic asset' and his previous work has been described by The Sunday Times as 'delicious and dazzling'. The beautiful Poulenc score and ravishing tutus set the tone for what promises to be a stylish, musical and thoroughly classical ballet.Choreographer Balanchine (Apollo). Music Stravinsky (Apollo). Lighting David Mohr (Apollo). Director Nanette Glushak (Apollo). Choreographer Balanchine (Who Cares?). Music Gershwin (Who Cares?). Other Hershy Kay ( Orchestration Who Cares?). Director Nanette Glushak (Who Cares?). Choreographer George Balanchine. Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Double Concerto). Music Poulenc (Double Concerto). Design Fido (Double Concerto). Lighting Mark Cooper (Double Concerto). Conductor Anthony Twiner.
31 May 02 to 1 Jun 02Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L754200729

Tour De Force - T1833165731

[George Balanchine]'s Square Dance, Grand Pas Classique from [Raymonda] and an exciting new ballet Manoeuvre by [Patrick Lewis] form this exhilarating ENB show. Square Dance - [Balanchine]'s stunning neoclassical ballet marries classical dance with wonderful Renaissance music and American square dance patterns. The inventive choreography, with its intricate footwork, challenging technique and eye-catching patterns is an exceptionally fine example of [Balanchine]'s artistry. Manoeuvre - Set to an original score by [Phillip Feeney] and with stunning designs by the internationally renowned theatre designer [Antony McDonald], this exciting new work promises to be an exhilarating, fast-moving and athletic ballet that showcases the talents of the companies leading man. Grand Pas Classique (from Raymonda) - The story of Raymonda is one of passion, excitement and the eternal battle between good and evil. Highly regarded for its superb score and magnificent finale in which ten dancers perform virtuoso solos and give a superb display of bravura ensemble dancing.Choreographer George Balanchine (Square Dance). Music Antonio Vivaldi (Square Dance). Music Archalgelo Corelli (Square Dance). Choreographer Frederic Franklin (Raymonda). Music Alexander Glazunov (Raymonda). Choreographer Patrick Lewis (Manoeuvre - World Premiere).
3 May 02 to 4 May 02The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L612474476
30 Apr 02 to 1 May 02Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L02103375510
26 Apr 02 to 27 Apr 02Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L302097532
23 Apr 02 to 24 Apr 02New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709
listing details L549960694
16 Apr 02 to 17 Apr 02Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
listing details L2037425971

Tour De Force - T855733636

Dances from Napoli - This celebratory suite of dances from the last act of the full length ballet Napoli includes a brilliant pas de six and a colourful tarantella which communicate the joy of dancing and lightness of spirit inherent in Bournonville’s choreography. Grand Pas from Paquita The Grand Pas from Paquita is a classical ballet-lover’s dream. The sumptuous costumes, glittering tiaras and dazzling display of classical ballet technique make this ballet a firm favourite with all who see it. This tour will also include the World Premiere of an exciting new commission to be announced in early 2002.
3 May 02 to 4 May 02Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells :: V690
listing details L179491548
30 Apr 02 to 1 May 02The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness :: V1
listing details L1396949118
27 Apr 02De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651
listing details L0793696816
23 Apr 02 to 24 Apr 02Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21
listing details L01097275566
19 Apr 02 to 20 Apr 02Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952
listing details L0213563281

Mixed Programme - T177855969

14 Jan 02 to 16 Jan 02London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L1737417056

Apollo/Who Cares?/Double Concerto - T01605799931

Apollo - A neo-classical masterpiece exploring the mythological youth of the god Apollo who instructs the muses of poetry, mime and dance. Set to a thrilling [Stravinsky] score, Apollo was created by the legendary [George Balanchine], the creative force behind the much-celebrated New York City Ballet and arguably the single most influential figure in 20th Century ballet. A striking and poignant ballet, not to be missed. Who Cares? is a dazzling homage to George [Gershwin], the big band era and all the razzmatazz of the thirties. Featuring some of [Gershwin]'s best known tunes including The Man I Love, S'Wonderful and I Got Rhythm, this is a brilliant balletic tribute to the genius of [Fred Astaire] and [Ginger Rogers] which will have you tapping your feet and asking for more. Double Concerto is a new ballet by the exciting young choreographer Christopher Hampson, who has already proven his talent with three one act ballets for English National Ballet and most recently with A Christmas Carol at London's Royal Festival Hall. The Daily Telegraph described h him as 'an invaluable choreographic asset' and his previous work has been described by The Sunday Times as 'delicious and dazzling'. The beautiful Poulenc score and ravishing tutus set the tone for what promises to be a stylish, musical and thoroughly classical ballet.Choreographer Balanchine (Apollo). Music Stravinsky (Apollo). Lighting David Mohr (Apollo). Director Nanette Glushak (Apollo). Choreographer Balanchine (Who Cares?). Music Gershwin (Who Cares?). Other Hershy Kay ( Orchestration Who Cares?). Director Nanette Glushak (Who Cares?). Choreographer George Balanchine. Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Double Concerto). Music Poulenc (Double Concerto). Design Fido (Double Concerto). Lighting Mark Cooper (Double Concerto). Conductor Anthony Twiner.
27 Nov 01 to 28 Nov 01Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L01656842604
20 Nov 01 to 21 Nov 01Opera House, Manchester :: V488
listing details L0280001618

T282448851 (ATOUR01)

Apollo (Balantine), Perpetuum Mobile (Hampson) and The Grand Pas from Paquita (Deane/Petipa)Choreographer George Balanchine (Apollo). Music Igor Stravinsky (Apollo). Lighting David Mohr (Apollo). Choreographer Christopher Hampson (Perpetuum Mobile). Music J S Bach (Perpetuum Mobile). Design Fido (Perpetuum Mobile). Lighting Mark Cooper (Perpetuum Mobile). Music Ludwig Minkus (The Grand Pas from Paquita). Design David Dean (The Grand Pas from Paquita). Choreographer Derek Deane (The Grand Pas from Paquita). Choreographer Mariue Petipa (The Grand Pas from Paquita).
6 Apr 01 to 7 Apr 01Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
listing details L1221948503
6 Apr 01 to 7 Apr 01Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L0860664088
3 Apr 01 to 4 Apr 01Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
listing details L01814984614
30 Mar 01 to 31 Mar 01Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952
listing details L1445996180
29 Mar 01 to 31 Mar 01New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709
listing details L1629231980
27 Mar 01 to 28 Mar 01Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21
listing details L01268237147
26 Mar 01Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L01169557621
23 Mar 01 to 24 Mar 01Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells :: V690
listing details L2022034271
23 Mar 01 to 24 Mar 01Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L01594091084
20 Mar 01 to 21 Mar 01Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L0667696746

Les Sylphides/Voluntaries/Etudes - T0194408807

Triple Bill - [Michael Fokine]'s Les Syphides (staged by Dame [Alicia Markova] is set within a moonlit glen where a young man is charmed by the sylphs of the air who surround him. [Glen Tetley]'s Voluntaries - was conceived as a memorial to the legendary British choreographer, John Cranko, it combines classical and modern dance to a highly charged score. [Harold Lander]'s Etudes follows the sequence of a ballet dancer's daily class with an explosive climax.Choreographer Michael Fokine (Les Sylphides). Music Chopin (Les Sylphides). Design Geoffrey Guy (Les Sylphides). Lighting David Mohr (Les Sylphides). Choreographer Glen Tetley (Voluntaries). Music Poulenc (Voluntaries). Design Rouben Ter-Arutunian (Voluntaries). Lighting John B Read (Voluntaries). Choreographer Harald Lander (Etudes). Music Knudage Riisager (Etudes). Design Rolf Gerard (Etudes). Lighting David Mohr (Etudes).
15 Jan 01 to 17 Jan 01London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L0389806807
21 Nov 00 to 22 Nov 00New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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7 Mar 00Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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29 Feb 00Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L01496489454

T0819471293 (HFC00)

Les Sylphides, Three Preludes, Swan Lake Act II, Pas de Deux, Le Corsaire Pas de Deux
20 Apr 00 to 22 Apr 00Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
listing details L0624957302
7 Apr 00 to 8 Apr 00Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L0143622589
4 Apr 00 to 5 Apr 00Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L01738048839

T01445729694 (DELA00)

The programme includes [Stravinsky]'s Apollo, Impromptu, Alice in Wonderland pas de deux the virtuose [Tchaikovsky]'s Pas De Deux and the Grand pas Classique from RaymondaDirector Derek Deane.
22 Apr 00De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651
listing details L1188022661
3 Apr 00 to 4 Apr 00Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
listing details L218487831

T1062370831 (APOLLO00)

[Derek Deane]'s Alice in Wonderland closely follows the original story and includes all the familiar characters from the book. To translate aspects of [Lewis Carroll]'s concept visually for the stage, illusionist [Paul Kieve] has created magical effects.Company English National Ballet. Choreographer Derek Deane. Music Tchaikovsky. Music Carl Davis (music arranger). Design Sue Blane. Lighting Hugh Vanstone.
8 Mar 00 to 11 Mar 00Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
listing details L904627942
22 Feb 00 to 26 Feb 00New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
listing details L1189223686

T2037769675 (TO00)

Turning Out. Dancers and musicians from ENB work and live with adults and children from West Cheshire and Mersyside - this is how it all tuned out.
3 Mar 00Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L961303858

T939642185 (MANPAL99)

Nutcracker
9 Dec 99 to 11 Dec 99Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
listing details L698274229

T01837095837 (MANPAL99)

Triple Bill
6 Dec 99 to 7 Dec 99Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
listing details L326731050

T1406614267 (ENBHIPP99)

Coppelia
21 Oct 99 to 23 Oct 99Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L1850076450

T01581232315 (HIPPO99)

La Bayadere, Sphinx, The Rite of Spring Triple Bill
19 Oct 99 to 20 Oct 99Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
listing details L66697940

T01752740199 (WYV99)

The Grand pas Classique from Raymonda, Pas de Deux from Don Quixote, Pas de Deux from The Nutcracker, Pas de Deux from Sleeping Beauty, Country Garden
9 Apr 99 to 10 Apr 99Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21
listing details L1197736951
22 Mar 99 to 23 Mar 99Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L1847396484

T068447 (ENB98A)

new ballet by [Christopher Hampson], Sphinx by Tetley and Who Cares? by Balanchine.Company English National Ballet.
1 May 98 to 2 May 98The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness :: V1
listing details L01120698209
28 Apr 98 to 29 Apr 98Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952
listing details L01220277800
24 Apr 98 to 25 Apr 98Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
listing details L1363721084
20 Apr 98 to 21 Apr 98Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21
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18 Apr 98De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651
listing details L01600344024
14 Apr 98 to 15 Apr 98City Hall, Truro :: V880
listing details L01762544267

T0172956145 (ENB98)

Present three dances. Square Dance, choreographed by [George Balanchine]. X.N.Tricities, choreographed by [Mauro Bigonzetti], music by [Giuseppi Cali]. Perpetuum Mobile choreographed by [Christopher Hampton], music by [Bach].Company English National Ballet.
1 May 98 to 2 May 98The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
listing details L1505640192
28 Apr 98 to 29 Apr 98Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L0238270579
24 Apr 98 to 25 Apr 98Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L0722223810
17 Apr 98 to 18 Apr 98The Orchard, Dartford :: V677
listing details L995412868
14 Apr 98 to 15 Apr 98The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01513301573
3 Apr 98 to 4 Apr 98Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
listing details L02026345011

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18 Apr 00 to 19 Apr 00Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21
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17 Apr 00 to 18 Apr 00Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
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14 Apr 00 to 15 Apr 00The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness :: V1
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11 Apr 00 to 12 Apr 00Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952
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11 Apr 00 to 12 Apr 00Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
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7 Apr 00 to 8 Apr 00Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells :: V690
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6 Apr 99 to 7 Apr 99The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
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1 Apr 99 to 3 Apr 99Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
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