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Archive listings for Romeo and Juliet

Work type: Dance or ballet.


Intense fighting, passionate duets and universal themes echo through dramatic and lyrical choreography. Exquisite costumes and extraordinary video projections create a world of danger and excitement where two young lovers are caught in an age-old feud.Company Ballet Cymru. Costume Georg Meyer-Wiel.
9 Dec 16Hafren (formerly Theatre Hafren), Newtown :: V852
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Love at first dance, forbidden passions, dangerous secrets and star crossed fate combine in an exhilarating classic ballet. Kenneth MacMillan's best-loved adaptation of this famous play continues Birmingham Royal ballet's 2016 Shakespeare celebration. Set to Prokofiev's soaring score, Romeo and Juilet tells the familiar tale of two young lovers at the mercy of powerful families and their own hearts. From the balcony scene's estatic pas de deux to the lovers' heart-breaking ends, Romeo and Juilet has been an audience favourite since its first performance.Company Birmingham Royal Ballet.
13 Apr 16 to 16 Apr 16Theatre Royal Plymouth, Plymouth :: V895
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One of Russia’s most successful international touring ballet companies. Founded by former Bolshoi Ballet soloist and choreographer Victor Smirnov-Golovanov, this exquisite company has become one of Russia’s most successful touring companies throughout the world for the past 20 years. The most romantic of all ballets, Shakespeare’s tale of star-crossed lovers is re-imagined to Prokofiev’s famous score. Both tragic and joyous, this beautifully designed version is theatrically powerful and an unforgettable expression of love, longing and youthful passion.Producer Artsworld. Company Moscow City Ballet. Costume Natalia Povago. Director Victor Smirnov-Golovanov.
18 Mar 12Assembly Rooms, Derby :: V427
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13 Mar 12 to 14 Mar 12St George's Hall, Bradford :: V967
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10 Mar 12 to 11 Mar 12Jersey Opera House, St Helier :: V869
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14 Feb 12 to 15 Feb 12Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
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1 Feb 12 to 4 Feb 12Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
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1 Feb 12 to 4 Feb 12Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
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31 Jan 12The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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6 Feb 11The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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19 Jan 11 to 20 Jan 11Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
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25 Jan 10 to 30 Jan 10Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
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15 Jan 10 to 16 Jan 10Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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5 Jan 10 to 7 Jan 10Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
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1st Royal Ballet performance of this production Royal Opera House 9 February 1965.Corporate Sponsor Huntswood (Jan10 12). Producer Royal Ballet. Conductor Boris Gruzin. Music Sergey Prokofiev. Choreographer Kenneth macMillan. Design Nicholas Georgiadis. Lighting John B. Read. Other Monica Mason (staging).
12 Jan 10 to 16 Mar 10Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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Originally created in 1991 by the late Christopher Gable and choreographer Massimo Moricone, this magnificent ballet now returns to the stage, in celebration of Northern Ballet Theatre’s fortieth anniversary. Filled with vivid storytelling and spectacular dance it exemplifies the style for which the company has built a worldwide following. Romeo and Juliet fall madly in love but are forbidden to be together by their feuding families. Opposing the wishes of those around them they marry, initiating a heartbreaking sequence of events, which lead to devastating consequences. Passionate and dramatic, this is ballet at its most intense.Company Northern Ballet Theatre. Music Prokofiev. Design Lez Brotherston. Costume Lez Brotherston.
12 May 09 to 16 May 09Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
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Producer Artsworld. Company Moscow City Ballet.
6 Feb 09Futurist Theatre, Scarborough :: V945
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2 Feb 09 to 3 Feb 09The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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Shakespeare's most famous tragedy and the greatest love story ever told is brought to dramatic life using the finest classical dance. Intense fighting, passionate duets and universal themes echo through dramatic and lyrical choreography.Music Berlioz. Company Independent Ballet Wales.
4 Dec 08 to 5 Dec 08Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374
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15 Oct 08Strode Theatre, Street :: V917
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9 Oct 08Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen :: V1274041426
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2 Jul 08New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119
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28 Jun 08Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
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26 Jun 08The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899
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25 Jun 08Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37
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19 Jun 08Torch Theatre, Milford Haven :: V820
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In Korean with English surtitles. Running time 100 minutes with no interval. Supported by Sung Joo Group. This highly stylised Romeo and Juliet paints the star struck lovers story with striking images, glorious martial art sequences, live music and impressive dance, ritual and gesture. Korean in both temperament and setting, Oh Tae-Suk’s enthralling interpretation, freely adapted from Shakespeare’s most famous play, is a production of arresting beauty. The performers physical vocabulary, heightened emotional state and comic timing create a sensual fusion that lacks nothing from the absence of the bard’s language. You may never think about Shakespeare in the same way once you see what this group can do with it.Producer BITE06. Company Mokhwa Repertory Company (in association with Asia House and Korea Foundation). Director Oh Tae-Suk.
23 Nov 06 to 9 Dec 06The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372
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