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Northern Ballet - Autumn Season 2012

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The details of Northern Ballet's Autumn 2012 season (and the start of the 2013 Spring Season) are on the Company's website:




Here are the details:


Ondine (David Nixon)


Leeds, West Yorkshire Playhouse

Sat 8 September - Sat 15 September




The company has set up a mini-site about Ondine: http://northernballe...ex.php?q=ondine


Amongst other items there is a synopsis of the plot and details of some pre and during seaon events



Madame Butterfly





Sheffield, Lyceum theatre

Tue 18 September - Sat 22 September


Manchester Palace Theatre

Tue 25 September - Sat 29 September


Nottingham, Theatre Royal

Tue 9 October - Sat 13 October





Beauty and the Beast

Norwich, Theatre Royal

Tue 2 October - Sat 6 October


Bradford, Alhambra Theatre

Wed 24 October - Sat 27 October


Woking, New Victoria Theatre

Tue 30 October - Sat 3 November

Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre

Tue 6 November - Sat 10 November


Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre

Tue 13 November - Sat 17 November


Bath, Theatre Royal

Tue 27 November - Sat 1 December




Ugly Duckling (a ballet for children)


Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre

Mon 29 October - Fri 2 November






Leeds, Grand Theatre

Tue 18 December - Sun 30 December




The Great Gatsby



Leeds, Grand Theatre

Sat 2 March - Sat 9 March


(Dates and times are subject to change without notice.)

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I shall be interested to see how Ondine sells. After all, it's a much less well-known title than most of NB's works. And it has a "difficult" score. It'll also be interesting to see how the changed scenario is fitted to what, after all, is quite a restrictive score.

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Alison - it's only being shown at WYP, which is a very different performance space for Northern Ballet. As well as NB fans, their performances usually attract WYP play-goers too. It's a wonderful venue and we love going there.

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