CINDERELLA - BALLET WALES

@ Dance City

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26 October 2018 - 27 October 2018

£21.00 / £8.00 students & under 18s / £17.00 concession

Award-winning company Ballet Wales, winners of the Best Large Scale Dance Production at the Wales Theatre Awards 2018, presents a sparkling and refreshing ballet based on the eternal fairy tale.

With a specially commissioned music score and creative circus elements, combined with the finest classical dance this production is set to be a unique take on Cinderella as we know it. The company have worked with award winning composer Jack White and Circus Company Citrus Arts to conjure a surprising world of wonder and magic.

Featuring choreography by Creative Wales Award winner Darius James, Ballet Wales brings to life this timeless story using the company’s unique blend of classical technique and storytelling.

‘Engaging, imaginative ballet adaptations’
Anna Winter, The Stage
(Roald Dahl’s Little Red Riding Hood & The Three Little Pigs 2016)

‘These young dancers created a taut, committed atmosphere on stage, and the audience, comprised of every age group from 5 to 95, were gripped from start to finish. Ballet Cymru, I salute you!’
Amanda Jennings, Dance Europe

‘Not too short, and not too long, the evening was a complete delight from start to finish’
Jonathan Gray, Dancing Times

‘It’s a small enterprise with a great deal to shout about. The formula is winning, deftly translating each sentence of the story into vivacious, easily decipherable dance sequences.’
Deborah Weiss, Dance Europe

Venue
Dance City
Temple Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4BR

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