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The Great Gatsby
We has a great deal in store for you in our 45th anniversary year, 2014... Cinderella In January we have the last five performances of Cinderella at Leeds Grand Theatre before it tours in the spring and autumn.
In 2013 you could see Northern Ballet perform...
Northern Ballet has announced plans for its 2014 UK tour that will see the Company visiting 35 venues with a range of productions including the return of Northern Ballet’s most powerful heroine Cleopatra and the first UK tour of David Nixon’s new Cinderella.
On Thursday 16 May we performed The Great Gatsby for HRH The Earl of Wessex and the Countess of Wessex. They came backstage after the performance to meet the dancers, musicians and crew.
All casts are subject to change without notice. London, Sadler's Wells Tue 14 - Sat 18 May, book now
Last night's London première of The Great Gatsby brought out the stars to enjoy Northern Ballet's new production. From Sir Ben Kingsley to Gok Wan, from Darcey Bussell to Craig Revel Horwood, all came to Sadler's Wells Theatre to see our new production.
Uncertain about coming to see The Great Gatsby? Here's what our audience had to say about it on Twitter after experiencing it at theatres across the country... Updated 15 May London, Sadler's Wells Tue 14 - Sat 18 May, book now
Northern Ballet's most successful ever spring season approaches its climax next week with the London Première of The Great Gatsby at Sadler's Wells.
Act One Prologue Nick Carraway follows directions to his rented cottage in West Egg on Long Island. Jimmy Gatz, now Jay Gatsby, remembers his own early love for Daisy Fay. He won and lost her love when he was a young Officer going off to the Great War. Criminal activities suggest Gatsby's financial gains are through corruption. Gatsby looks at a flashing green light over the bay willing Daisy, who now lives in East Egg with her husband Tom Buchanan, to come over the water to his beautiful mansion, and back to him.