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I am going quackers with excitement! It's the premiere of Ugly Duckling tomorrow and I am looking forward to it so much I think I might pop!
This resource pack is designed to give teachers an insight into Northern Ballet’s production of Beauty & the Beast, and to provide creative ideas and tasks that can be used in the classroom. It is particularly suitable for teachers working with pupils in dance and drama. It also provides some signposts for links with other areas of the curriculum.
You've done it. You’ve chosen me a name and I’m delighted!
Quack quack!  What a wonderful few days I’ve just had at the Breeze on tour event at Kirkstall Abbey.
Northern Ballet are committed to making their productions accessible to as wide an audience as possible. For Beauty & the Beast in autumn 2012 we will be providing audio described performances, touch tours and workshops for the visually impaired. You can listen to the audio brochures for the production and events below or follow the links for transcriptions. Woking, New Victoria Theatre Tuesday 30 October to Saturday 3 November Touch tours, workshop and audio descibed performance on Sat 3 November.
This brochure relates to the performances at Bradford Alhambra Theatre from Wednesday 24 to Saturday 27 October 2012. Transcription Hello and welcome to Northern Ballet’s audio brochure.
Transcription Hello and welcome to Northern Ballet’s audio brochure. Northern Ballet is the UK’s leading narrative dance company, touring extensively throughout the UK and internationally. Northern Ballet is unique in bringing together stunning classical dance, vivid, exciting theatre and live music to create productions based on well-known stories.
Although it may not seem like it with this weather, the summer is here and so our regular classes are drawing to a close for the summer holidays. To mark the end of term and to celebrate a couple of significant birthdays (I obviously can’t give their ages away, but you wouldn’t believe me anyway as their youthful looks belie their years), our Dancing for the Over 55s class held a picnic lunch after their class this week.
Friday was a day of recovery for the Learning team as the START project came to an end for another year. On Thursday we had 550 young people (plus their teachers) watching the performance of Madame Butterfly at Leeds Grand Theatre and the atmosphere in the theatre was electric.

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