Set in Imperial Russia at a time when superstitious people believe in the possibility of magic, Northern Ballet's new adaptation of this classic fairytale sees heartbreak turn to joy as the unstoppable power of young love conquers all.
An enduring icon of the ancient world. The ultimate modern woman. Beautiful, sensual and determined; mother, lover and queen. In a world ruled by men, this courageous and compulsive woman overturned convention and changed the course of history.
Surrounded by the terrifying events of the Nazi occupation of Paris, and witness to the depths to which man can descend, Hamlet finds himself drawn into a world he can no longer make sense of and surrounded by people he can no longer trust.
Northern Ballet transports you to the decadent society of Parisian highlife in the 1800s where the young and naive nobleman, Armand, falls deeply in love with the beautiful courtesan, Marguerite. Their courtship turns into one of the most passionate love stories of all time but is doomed from the start as the consequences of Marguerite's past life eventually destroy the only real love that she will ever know.
Northern Ballet brings dance history to the heart of Yorkshire as we perform a tribute to internationally celebrated choreographer Sir Kenneth MacMillan, to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of his death.
An ambitious and exciting production set to the powerful and evocative music of Mozart's Requiem, this bold, provocative dance work explores the relationship between Man and Death, Death's presence in the world and its inescapable power.
Immerse yourself in a mystical underwater world.
When a young mermaid is finally allowed her first glimpse of life beyond the ocean, she is enthralled by what she sees. After falling desperately in love with a man, she will do anything she can to live a human life.
Passionate and obsessive, Cathy and Heathcliff's love is as unruly and dangerous as the Yorkshire moors that surround them.
As children they are inseparable, running wild and free on the moors, but over time their childish affection deepens into an overwhelming love – a devastating force that even death cannot destroy.
Goldilocks is a mischievous little girl with hair as bright as gold. Always on the look-out for an adventure, one day her curiosity leads her to a house full of many surprises. With a family of friendly bears, a beautiful blue bird and bowls of delicious porridge, this ballet is just right!
With the fantastic success of Ugly Duckling, our first ballet especially for children, we’re delighted to bring you our latest ballet for children Three Little Pigs.
You can watch Three Little Pigs on CBeebies again on Wednesday 8 April at 11am and 5pm and soon after on iPlayer!
Our 2018 Mixed Programme will offer audiences an exhilarating line-up of new work by Kenneth Tindall, who recently created Casanova for the Company; freelance stage and film choreographer Morgann Runacre-Temple; and a choreographic debut by Soloist Mlindi Kulashe.
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