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  1. SADLER’S WELLS ANNOUNCES NEXT DANCE PERFORMANCE AND WORKSHOPS ON ITS DIGITAL STAGE DURING COVID-19 CANCELLATIONS Today Sadler’s Wells announced this week’s additions to its Digital Stage programme – a special matinee screening of balletLORENT’S Rumpelstiltskin this Friday 3 April, and the first dance at home workshops for families and older audiences. Rumpelstiltskin is the next production available to watch via Sadler’s Wells’ Facebook Premieres, part of its free online performance platform, Digital Stage. It will be available on Friday 3 April at 3p
  2. Oh, my - I have never seen anything like this in my life - just awesome and moving in many ways. And in these times poignant. What does happen when the music stops?
  3. Natalia Osipova: Pure Dance. Opening Night, Tuesday 22nd Oct, 2019 As I walked along Rosebery Ave towards the Sadlers Wells main entrance, I saw a man sat on the steps of one of the adjacent terraced houses, engrossed in his phone. It was only David Hallberg! I couldn't resist interrupting to say hello and talk briefly about Manon, but at least I managed to stop myself asking for a photo! For an opening night featuring two world-famous classical dancers and two amazing contemporary dancers, the fact the auditorium only seemed about two-thirds full was a bit disappointin
  4. Could anyone please tell me if there are any view issues at the Lilian Baylis Studio (apart from those at the very back marked as restricted view)? In particular, do the front row seats afford a good view and can you see the dancers’ feet? For the performance I am hoping to see, many/most seats are booked but the front row is completely free which is making me think those in the know know something I don’t! 😉 TIA
  5. Just wondering if anyone has seen a special offer anywhere given that there are still hundreds of seats available?
  6. Details are out now. Includes a new programme from Alina Cojocaru, new work from Crystal Pite, Ballet Boyz, final Richard Alston performances, new Khan for ENB, Northern Ballet, Rambert with DV8's Enter Achilles and lots more.
  7. I have booked tickets for the Ballet Cymru triple bill at the Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells in November. I'm not familiar with the area and wondered if anyone could suggest somewhere decent, but not too pricey to eat before or after the performance. Also, I'll be staying in Bermondsey, any tips regarding public transport would be welcome. Thank you !
  8. I’ve just seen that the TodayTix App has a 24 hour offer of stalls and first circle tickets from £15 for all 3 Alvin Ailey programmes at Sadlers Wells for the rest of the run.
  9. Sadler's Wells Wednesday, May 29, 2019 – 7:30 pm Program A Shostakovich Trilogy Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky Music: Dmitri Shostakovich Conductor: Martin West Symphony #9 Jennifer Stahl, Aaron Robison Dores Andre, Joseph Walsh Wei Wang Chamber Symphony Ulrik Birkkjer Sasha De Sola Mathilde Froustey Yuan Yuan Tan Piano Concerto No. 1 Sofiane Sylve, Carlo Di Lanno Wona Park, Angelo Greco Learn More Buy Tickets Thursday, May 30, 2019 – 7:30 pm Program A Shostakovich Trilogy Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky Music: Dmitri Shost
  10. As well as San Francisco Ballet, lots of other ballet and dance performances for Spring 2019 have been announced by Sadler's Wells: http://newseason.sadlerswells.com/?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MKTEB181016&utm_content=version_A&sourceNumber=2560
  11. Casting is now up on the BRB website for the performances of La Fille Mal Gardée (November 1 - 3) https://www.brb.org.uk/whats-on/event/la-fille-mal-gardee#dates-and-times I've listed the casts below in the following order: Lise; Colas; Widow Simone; Alain Thursday Nov 1: Momoko Hirata; Mathias Dingman; Michael O'Hare; James Barton Friday Nov 2: Samara Downs; Yasuo Atsuji; Kit Holder; Tzu-Chao Chou Saturday Nov 3 (Mat: Maureya Lebowitz; César Morales; James Barton; AitorGalende Saturday Nov 3 (eve) Céline Gittens; Tyr
  12. Casting is now up for BRB's Romeo and Juliet at Sadler's Wells next week https://www.brb.org.uk/whats-on/venue/sadlers-wells Tuesday June 12 Juliet Momoko Hirata Romeo César Morales Mercutio Tzu-Chao Chou Tybalt Rory Mackay Benvolio Yasuo Atsuji Wednesday June 13 mat Juliet Nao Sakuma Romeo Chi Cao Mercutio Lachlan Monaghan Tybalt Valentin Olovyannikov Benvolio Edivaldo Souza da Silva Wednesday June 13 eve Juliet Jenna Roberts Romeo Tyrone Singleton Mercutio Max Maslen Tybalt Yasu
  13. Casting just announced: https://www.ballet.org.uk/production/voices-of-america/#cast-section
  14. This has been going on for a while already, apparently, but just be aware that buses to Sadler's Wells from Islington are on diversion: https://tfl.gov.uk/status-updates/major-works-and-events/upper-street-works?cid=upper-street-works That means that you can't hop on one outside Angel tube, and nor can you pick up a southbound one outside the theatre at the moment.
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