An enchanting production of Tchaikovsky’s The Sleeping Beauty will take to The Roses Theatre in April, for two performances from the acclaimed European Ballet company.
Founded in 1994 the international cast of dancers of the European Ballet, directed by former Bolshoi Ballet principal dancer Stanislav Tchassov, will perform the classic ballet on Thursday 3 to Friday 4 April 2008.
Based on the fairytale and set to Tchaikovsky’s timeless score, with more than 45 beautiful handcrafted costumes, stunning sets and an exceptional cast, expect plenty of pirouettes and pliés, not to mention a pas de deux or two, at the ballet organisers promise will please all ages.
Event: The Sleeping Beauty ballet
Venue: The Roses Theatre
Dates: Thursday 3 to Friday 4 April 2008
Tickets: Cost £16, £15 for concessions and £9.50 for under 16s, all available in advance from The Roses Theatre box office on (01684) 295074.
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