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The Three Musketeers

Northern Ballet dancers in Cinderella
And here we are, on the road again! We're up at Newcastle's Theatre Royal with Cinderella and on Friday, Three Little Pigs. book Cinderella book Three Little Pigs
Northern Ballet’s A Christmas Carol and The Three Musketeers are to be staged by Royal New Zealand Ballet and Alberta Ballet on opposite sides of the globe this autumn.
Anthony Meredith
Anthony, who worked as music advisor on The Three Musketeers and The Great Gatsby, has written biographies on both Malcolm Arnold and Richard Rodney Bennett.  He has wide interests in addition to music and dance. His most recent books have included a selection of Richard Rodney Bennett’s piano works (in the Composer Portraits series); the history of Lord’s Cricket Ground; and a motor racing extravaganza, Silverstone’s First Grand Prix, 1948.
Prologue Paris – early 17 Century - a world of political intrigue where no-one can be trusted. The main characters and their relationships are introduced: Louis XIII and Anne of Austria and their loveless marriage; Cardinal Richelieu; a love affair between the Queen and the Duke of Buckingham. Act 1 Gascony D’Artagnan prepares to leave for Paris to become a Musketeer.
Charles has worked in the UK and internationally designing opera, ballet, drama, musicals and pantomime. He designed the European Premières of Sondheim’s Follies and Pacific Overtures.
John Longstaff
John was born in Lancashire and educated at Girton College, Cambridge and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He has worked with numerous companies including: Kiel Opera House, Germany (conductor and rehearsal pianist), Northern Ballet (conductor and rehearsal pianist), Sheffield Symphony Orchestra (artistic director), Leeds College of Music (opera conductor), English National Ballet (guest conductor), Young Opera Venture (musical director) and St. Peter’s Church, Harrogate (Director of Music). 
David has designed lighting for Theatre, Dance, Opera, Television, Architectural Projects, and Industrials taking him from the Great Wall of China to the Great Stage of Radio City Music Hall. He was nominated for a Chicago Midwest Emmy Award for Milwaukee ballets Romeo and Juliet, a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lighting Design for the Opening Ceremonies of the Pan American Games Rio 2007 and received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lighting Direction for the Opening Ceremony Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
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