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These offers have now expired.  Leeds Grand Theatre Harvey Nichols Enjoy amuse-bouche, three course dinner and petit four at Harvey Nichols’ stunning Fourth Floor restaurant before taking premium seats to see Northern Ballet’s Cleopatra. You’ll also receive a souvenir programme. find out more
This offer has now expired.  Enjoy premium seats for a performance of Northern Ballet’s Cleopatra at Leeds Grand Theatre from Thursday 6 - Saturday 15 March before treating yourself to a special three course set menu at the stunning Crafthouse restaurant, located on the fifth floor of the new Trinity Leeds shopping centre.
This offer has now expired.  Treat yourself to an extra-special experience with Northern Ballet and the Leopold Hotel Sheffield.
This offer has now expired.  Premium dinner & ticket package with Harvey Nichols £65 per person We have teamed up with Harvey Nichols to offer you an experience fit for a queen to celebrate our performances of Cleopatra at Leeds Grand Theatre this March.
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Northern Ballet Sinfonia has recorded eight extremely successful CDs, most recently for the ballet Cleopatra composed by Claude-Michel Schönberg (Les Misérables, Miss Saigon) 
Cleopatra. Photo Bill Cooper.
The principal characters you'll encounter while watching Cleopatra. Cleopatra The last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt who, in a world ruled by men, used her beauty, determination and scandalous romances to seduce Rome and rise to power, but not without sacrifice.
For one night only on Tuesday 18 February 2014, sleek British restaurant, Crafthouse, is offering a unique opportunity for lovers of good, food, culture and conversation to dine exclusively with David Nixon OBE, Martha Leebolt and Tobias Batley for an insight into Cleopatra which opens at
Tobias Batley as Mark Antony in Northern Ballet's Cleopatra. Photo Bill Cooper.
Prologue Cleopatra chants to the gods, summoning the God Wadjet, protector of the Pharaohs. With his kiss comes ultimate freedom and a place with the gods. He slowly appears in the form of a snake and slithers across her breast, before taking a human form. Wadjet holds Cleopatra firmly in his arms, drawing her closer. A shaft of light suddenly breaks through, revealing a golden throne. This is the throne of the Egyptian Pharaohs and that of the Ptolemys – Cleopatra’s family.
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