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Synopsis

23–24 October 2017

 

Following their sell-out performances of Swan Lake and The Nutcracker,  the Imperial Russian Ballet Company return to Canberra. This diverse and stunning programme in three awe-inspiring acts is proudly presented by Russian Ballet Ltd.

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company have performed this three-hour ballet extravaganza all around the world, thrilling audiences and impressing critics—an eclectic mix ranging from the magnificent Don Quixote and the dramatic Bolero.

ACT 1 – Don Quixote

Don Quixote—a retired gentleman travels the roads of Spain searching for glory and grand adventure.

ACT 2 – Bolero

Bolero is a striking and dramatic ballet and is regarded as one of world music’s masterpieces.

ACT 3 – Highlights from the world’s great ballets

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company was formed in 1994 by the Bolshoi Theatre soloist, Gediminas Taranda.

“In a night that overflows with all things ballet, you can’t help be swept up by the sheer panache of the Imperial Russian Ballet Company dancers.” – The West Australian

Details

PRESENTED BY:
Russian Ballet Ltd

CATEGORY
Dance – ballet

DURATION
170 minutes, including interval.

WARNING
Show contains fog / haze effects.

SUIT CHILDREN? 
This show is suitable for children.

Group Bookings:
Group tickets are not available online.
To make a group booking, please phone
(02) 6275 2700 during business hours or
email groups@canberratheatrecentre.com.au

Venue:
The Playhouse
2017 seating plan The Playhouse


Additional Information:
Concession prices not available for all shows. Where Concession prices are listed, proof of eligibility for Concession must be presented to Canberra Ticketing staff upon collection of tickets or full price may be charged. Eligible Concession may include Pensioner, Full Time Student, Seniors, Unemployed, Under 27 or Child (15 years and under) and are at the discretion of the show. Not all types of Concessions may apply for the show you have selected.

 

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