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Gloucestershire dance enthusiasts will have the rare chance to see not one but two Roald Dahl Revolting Rhymes brought to life on Saturday 9 June 2012, when award-winning company Ballet Cymru returns to the Roses Theatre stage.
Promising a unique production that’s never before been performed at the Tewkesbury theatre, the Welsh company is hoping to impress with a balletic version of both Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs – said to have been specifically created for families and people of all ages to enjoy together.
Ballet Cymru has been hailed as an exceptionally talented group of dancers who push back the barriers of classical ballet, and went down a storm with locals when they performed Under Milk Wood in the same theatre in 2011.
Organisers said: ‘With stunning costumes, breathtaking choreography and laugh-out-loud humour, this production is an imaginative evening of beautiful dance for lovers of ballet and original storytelling.
‘Lovers of ballet will appreciate the finesse and skill of the dancers, whilst those completely new to the genre will become enraptured by the stories unfolding before them.’
The Roses has even scheduled a later than usual slot for this performance, hoping that as many local families as possible can make it.
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