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The week kicks off today with Three Little Pigs north of the border at Stirling's MacRobert Theatre before arriving at Durham on Wednesday, Lancaster on Friday and rounding off the week at Blackpool Grand Theatre on Saturday.
Durham Gala Theatre - Wednesday 2 April (sold out)
Our new full-length ballet, and second of 2013, Cinderella opens tonight at Leeds Grand Theatre!
A few lucky people have attended dress rehearsals and preview perfrmances, here's what they had to say about it...
On Wednesday 23 October 2013, Dance UK and partners Yorkshire Dance, Phoenix Dance Theatre, Northern Ballet, Northern School of Contemporary Dance and Leeds Metropolitan University Dance Department are hosting the annual professional development and networking day for dance students and recent graduates. This is taking place for the second time in Leeds.
It's the season for babies - not only do we have two members of staff expecting very soon but their Royal Highnesses William and Catherine have just given birth to a healthy baby boy.
We offer our heartfelt congratulations and to set them on their way we asked parents at Northern Ballet what advice they'd give...
Chun (Deputy Stage Manager and dad of a 4 year-old boy) says
It's the hardest work you'll ever have to face but it is all worth it.
Laraine (Communications Director and mum of two boys)
[UPDATED 9 November 2012] As reviews for Beauty & the Beast come in we'll add snippets here as well as show what people are saying on public forums like Twitter and Facebook.
Dance UK's Launch in Leeds 2012 is a professional development and networking day for dance students and recent graduates and aims to help you find out how to make a living and have a long career in dance.
Last week it was announced that our very own Graham Kotowich has been awarded the Indspire Métis Youth Award for his work in dance & career achievement and as an outstanding indigenous Canadian role model.
The Indspire Awards, formerly know as the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, are to celebrate the significant contributions of Indigenous people in Canada.
One of our Academy pianists, Lee Shiel, will be taking part in the Helloween on the Humber reloaded challenge on Saturday 27th October in support of Northern Ballet’s Sponsor a Dancer campaign.