ROH Ballet: Swan Lake [cert tbc]

Details

Venue Barn Cinema

Running time 180 minutes

Prices

Tickets £18.50 | 16 and under £10

Next date 1st Apr 2020 7:15 pm

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About this event

Liam Scarlett’s glorious production of Swan Lake, new in 2018, returns for its first revival.

While remaining faithful to the Marius Petipa/Lev Ivanov text, Scarlett’s additional choreography and John Macfarlane’s magnificent designs breathe new life into what is arguably the best-known and most-loved classical ballet. The entire Company shines in this eternal tale of doomed love, a masterpiece filled with iconic moments. Tchaikovsky’s first score for ballet soars with its symphonic sweep and combines perfectly with exquisite choreography from the grand pas de deux of Prince Siegfried and Odile to the swans at the lakeside. An intoxicating mix of spectacle and intimate passion, the overall effect is irresistible.

About the Barn

The Barn Cinema offers a truly unique experience: a wide-ranging film programme, including independent arthouse, world and mainstream cinema, all within a truly beautiful, renovated 15th century barn.

Offer: Barn Cinema discount for Members

Dartington members will receive a £2 discount off full price tickets on films starting after 4pm, and £1 off films starting before 4pm (excluding Mondays). Applied when they log in during the checkout process. For more information about Membership, click here (opens in new tab).

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