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Upcoming Highlights

  • Romeo And Juliet

    Opens Mar 05

  • My First Ballet: Swan Lake

    Opens Apr 02

  • London Children's Ballet - Snow White

    Opens Apr 23

  • Rojas and Rodriguez - Titanium

    Opens May 05

  • The 7 Fingers: Traces

    Opens Jun 09

Romeo And Juliet

March 5-29, 2015

Adrienne Canterna and Rasta Thomas (Bad Boys of Dance) have collaborated on this contemporary version of Shakespeare's greatest love story, complete with modern dance and audio-visual elements. The production is set against a backdrop of state of the art architectural light design and big screen video projections that will take you from the 1600s to the modern day, with a cocktail of dance from ballet to hip hop to acrobatics. All are combined with a radical mix of music from Vivaldi and Prokofiev to Jay Z, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and David Guetta. If you're a fan of contemporary dance rather than uber-classical ballet, this multi-sensory retelling is just the ticket.

My First Ballet: Swan Lake

April 2-12, 2015

The English National Ballet and the English National Ballet are back with their critically acclaimed series for children, this time presenting one of the world's most enchanting and beloved ballets, Swan Lake.

London Children's Ballet - Snow White

April 23-26, 2015

A beautiful production from the inclusive children's dance company, this year's production takes on the age-old fairy tale of Snow White, complete with seven mischievous dwarfs, a handsome prince, a wicked Queen, and of course, our eponymous heroine. Danced by children from all backgrounds and body types, this production is a fantastic opportunity to introduce the family to the joys of ballet, as well as showing support for the new generation of up and coming dancers, choreographers and designers.

Rojas and Rodriguez - Titanium

May 5-23, 2015

This all-male company explodes onto the British stage for the first time as they bring their high-octane mix of flamenco, hip hop and street dance together in a heady mix that is set to leave you breathless in your seats. The brainchild of celebrated Nuevo Ballet Espanol choreographers Rojas and Rodriguez, this dance production has received high accolades on its inaugural European tour, and has already won Spain's National Dance Award.

The 7 Fingers: Traces

June 9-July 12, 2015

A French-Canadian circus troupe with a difference! Before you think you are in for yet another certain Franco-Canadian (ahem), surrealist extravaganza, let's tell you about these guys, who truly put the "death" into gravity defying (well, you know what we mean). First performing at the Peacock in 2009, 7 Fingers are a circus artistry troupe with a difference; for one thing there's only four men and one woman performing the feats on stage! Whether dancers tumble at breakneck speed through hoops, scaling Chinese poles like ferrets or free-running over furniture, Traces succeeds in bringing high drama to the circus, but on a closer scale.

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