Preparations are well underway for our Open House 2014 on Saturday 15 February and we can’t wait to welcome you to explore our home and discover more about life behind-the-scenes at Northern Ballet and Phoenix Dance Theatre.
During the day our resident Physiotherapists are on hand to offer completely free mini-Physiotherapy consultations. Chartered Physiotherapist Liz Atha tells us what to expect.
This time last year, Kiara Flavin was approaching the end of her first full term on the Academy of Northern Ballet's Graduate Professional Programme which aims to bridge the gap between full-time ballet training and professional performance. Now, after earning and accepting a contract with Northern Ballet, Kiara shares her first experiences of life as a professional ballet dancer...
In his launch speech the Chair of Arts Council England, Sir Peter Bazalgette (Baz), placed responsibility on every funded organisation to make their programme of work more reflective of the communities they serve.
On Sunday 14 December the performance of Peter Pan will be very special and tinged with sadness. It will be the farewell performance of a dancer who has performed with Northern Ballet for over twenty-one years, Mr Darren Goldsmith.
He is a brilliant dancer, a fantastic actor and a wonderful stage presence. Here I present just a few images from his career with Northern Ballet...
Enjoy being whisked away to Neverland this festive season! We've got together with Woman & Home magazine to give you the chance to win 4 tickets to Peter Pan, enjoy a pre-theatre dinner for the family at Harvey Nichols, and an overnight stay at The Queens hotel.
This week I attended the ceremony at St. James’s Palace where I am delighted that Liz and Terry Bramall were awarded The Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy. This award, which has been presented annually since 2008 by HRH The Prince of Wales, celebrates individuals who support the arts in its widest forms. This year, the awards recognise the exceptional support of those philanthropists for the Arts.
I was lucky enough to attend the Action for Children’s Arts (ACA) Awards 2014 yesterday with Northern Ballet’s Director of Learning Selina McGonagle, to accept the Outstanding Contribution Award to Children’s Arts on behalf of Northern Ballet. The ceremony was held in the fantastic BBC Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House in London and we felt really honoured to be part of what was a really special afternoon.