This is an enewsletter from December 2013 kept here for archive purposes.
We're celebrating the 21st anniversary of A Christmas Carol which has now been seen by more than 350,000 people. Don't miss your chance to watch this heart-warming audience favourite - guaranteed to get your festive season off to a magical start.
The vivacious Victoria Sibson has certainly made her mark on the Company since joining in 2003. Most recently Victoria created the role of Myrtle in The Great Gatsby for which she was named as an Outstanding Female Dancer in Dance Europe's Critics' Choices. She has also been busy choreographing Three Little Pigs alongside fellow dancer Hannah Bateman.
From circus skills to a visit from a magician and the hunt for the perfect glass slipper - there have been some exciting and intriguing goings on at Northern Ballet HQ. Keep your eyes peeled for exclusive updates on our website in the lead up to the World Première of our spectacular rags to riches fairytale Cinderella.
We've won the achievement in marketing category at the 2013 UK Theatre awards. The award recognises the phenomenal success of the communications campaign for The Great Gatsby.
The CBeebies television adaptation of Northern Ballet's Ugly Duckling has been nominated for a 2013 Children's BAFTA in the pre-school live action category.
Ballet Black return to Leeds with an exhilarating Mixed Programme and a new story ballet War Letters. Entertain your little ones with Tutti Frutti's The Boy Who Cried Wolf featuring singing sheep, snowball fights and a winter wonderland set.
Take a step back in time this festive season with a visit to the enchanting Charles Dickens Museum in London. The museum will be filled with festive greenery, authentic Victorian fayre and the scent of citrus and spice. Let yourself be transported to a bygone era as you are entertained by innovative theatre, flickering candlelight and lively readings from Dickens' Christmas stories.
Don't miss the only Yorkshire performance of the new full-length work by cutting-edge contemporary choreographer and Royal Ballet resident choreographer Wayne McGregor. Atomising movement, film, sound and light, ten incredible dancers perform McGregor's unique style bringing to life choreography inspired by the form of the atom.
The National Theatre's award-winning production of War Horse is coming to The Alhambra Theatre in 2014. War Horse is the powerful story of a young boy called Albert and his beloved horse, Joey.