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The Royal Ballet: A Diamond Celebration / ROH Live
Wed 16 Nov

The Royal Ballet: A Diamond Celebration / ROH Live

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Old Market Hall

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The Royal Ballet

THE ROYAL BALLET: A DIAMOND CELEBRATION 

A dazzling showcase marking 60 years of the Friends of the Royal Opera House.

The Royal Ballet’s dazzling Principals lead an evening not to be missed, their sparkling talents a perfect fit for a diamond anniversary. Celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Friends of Covent Garden, this programme recognises the amazing support of all ROH Friends past and present.

The showcase will demonstrate the breadth and diversity of The Royal Ballet’s repertory in classical, contemporary and heritage works. It will also include world premieres of short ballets by choreographers Pam Tanowitz, Joseph Toonga and Valentino Zucchetti as well as The Royal Ballet’s first performance of For Four by Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon and a performance of George Balanchine’s Diamonds.

£18.50 - £17.50 | Run time tbc.
Wed 16 Nov7:15PM Book
Venue Levy
Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to sustain and develop the programme of arts and culture in Shropshire.

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