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🚨 Ballet Nights Autumn Season 2023 Programming Update 🚨 


As Many of you may already be aware that earlier last week, Principal of the Royal Ballet and Ballet Nights headliner, Steven McRae, received a serious injury on stage, and as a result will no longer be able to perform in the Ballet Nights Autumn Season 2023.


🙏 Our best wishes are with Steven at this time, and we cannot wait to welcome him back to Ballet Nights again one day soon, as he is a big part of our future.


As a result, we are thrilled to announce a brand new addition to our October programme:

Excerpts from Elite Syncopations
“Stoptime Rag” & “Bethena Rag Waltz”

Performed by Constance Devernay-Laurence & Ryoichi Hirano
Choreographer Kenneth Macmillan
Composer Scott Joplin
Costume Ian Spurling
With thanks to the Macmillan Trust, and The Royal Ballet Company


After working closely with Artistic Director of The Royal Ballet, Kevin O'Hare, and the MacMillan estate, we would like to thank their teams for helping us put together a new headliner at such short notice, and we hope you will enjoy this welcome addition to our Autumn Season 2023.


👉 You can get your tickets to see Constance, Ryoichi, and many more stars perform LIVE this Autumn at:


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In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated
Performed by Sangeun Lee & Gareth Haw
Choreographed by William Forsythe
 Music by Thom Willems, Leslie Stuck
Set Design & Costumes by William Forsythe
Stage By Laura Graham

Heisei 9
Performed by Constance Devernay-Laurence
Choreographer Jordan James Bridge
Pianist Viktor Erik Emanuel
Costume Design by Stevie Stewart
Composer Nobuo Uematsu
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