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Peter Pan

Come to Leeds this holiday season and you'll discover some very special reindeer across the city, including one in the Victoria Quarter which celebrates our production of Peter Pan (you’ll know it by the sparkly ballet shoes!).
Join Wendy, John and Michael this winter as they soar into the night sky and on to the adventure of a lifetime in Northern Ballet’s Peter Pan.
After the exciting announcements and award wins of last week, the fun continues this week as the Company head out to the most easterly point on this season's tour with seven performances of Cinderella at Norwich Theatre Royal. book Cinderella
Using fantastic images from our production, this storybook is perfect for young children to get to know the story before they come to see the ballet - or to relive the ballet afterwards! download the Peter Pan storybook (PDF 8.5MB) The storybook features photos by Alastair Muir, Linda Rich and Brian Slater.
September 19 is International Talk Like a Pirate Day and we're celebrating by sharing Captain Hook and his swarthy crew's favourite jokes...
As Dracula prepared to return for the first time in five years, we spoke to Senior Wardrobe Manager Mikhaila Pye to find out just what it takes to get our dancers on stage in their Victorian finest... How soon do you start preparing the wardrobe for the revival of a production? We start planning the wardrobe for a revival as soon as possible, or as soon as we get the casting for a production. We got the Dracula costumes back from storage before the summer break at the end of June.
During our Summer Course, youngsters will have the opportunity to explore how we can use the magical tale of Peter Pan to inspire our own stories through dance.
Tell us something about your home town... Lewis Carroll had six sisters who lived in Guildford and during one of his many visits he wrote the sequel to Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the Looking Glass. He spent his last year of life in Guildford and is buried on ‘the Mount’.

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