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We are delighted to have won the dance award at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards for our production of 1984. Presented at a ceremony in London yesterday, we were nominated alongside The Royal Ballet and Lost Dog. The awards will be televised on Sky Arts at 8pm on Wednesday 8 June.
We'll gather together reviews and posts from people who've seen 1984; let us know what you thought by using the hashtag #NB1984 on social media. jump to audience reactions Reviews Northern Ballet: 1984 review – sleight of hand that chills and unsettles http://t.co/Th7LyIGT4F
On our London première of 1984 stars from screen, stage and television joined the party...
Casts for 1984 at London Sadler's Wells, May. Subject to change.
Check out these amazing photos from 1984 taken by Emma Kauldhar.
Northern Ballet is delighted to have been nominated for 1984 in the South Bank Sky Arts Awards.
Did you miss 1984, a ballet by Jonathan Watkins when it aired on BBC Four on Sunday 28 February? Don't worry - it's available in iPlayer until 28 March, just click here
Northern Ballet’s critically acclaimed production of 1984 will be shown on BBC Four after being commissioned by The Space as part of its collaboration with BBC Arts. The new ballet, which premièred in Leeds in early September 2015, was filmed during live performances at Manchester’s Palace Theatre during the first leg of its World Première Tour and will be screened on BBC Four at 7.30pm on 28 February 2016.
Northern Ballet has released details of its spring 2016 season which will see popular classic titles brought to life through the Company’s unique blend of dance and storytelling. Northern Ballet’s new season includes the return of audience favourite Swan Lake, the continuation of 1984 and the World Première of Cathy Marston’s Jane Eyre as well as the first UK tour of the Company’s latest children’s ballet Tortoise & the Hare.

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