Ballet tickets for a tenner!

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How about giving a spectacular night at the ballet a go for less than the price of a round of drinks? To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Birmingham Royal Ballet are offering over 200 tickets at each of their mixed bill performances for just £10.

You can take your pick from three different productions throughout the year, all of which are designed as the perfect introduction to ballet, featuring the classical picture postcard romance of a line of tutus right through to dazzling contemporary displays of strength and artistry.

Variations Triple Bill – BOOK £10 TICKETS HERE.
Thu 8 – Sat 10 Oct 2015
Birmingham Royal Ballet officially celebrate their 25th anniversary with three contrasting ballets including George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations which was the first piece performed by the Company back in 1990.

Ashton Double Bill – BOOK £10 TICKETS HERE.
Wed 17 – Sat 20 Feb 2016
Two beautiful and distinctly theatrical one-act ballets by one of England’s most influential choreographers, Sir Frederick Ashton, The Dream is based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and A Month in the Country is inspired by Turgenev’s play of the same name.

Shakespeare Triple Bill – BOOK £10 TICKETS HERE.
Wed 22 – Sat 25 Jun 2016
The Company mark 400 years since the great playwright’s death with three different ballets focusing on his themes of tragedy, comedy and poetry including David Bintley’s The Shakespeare Suite; a fast-paced exploration of some of the Bard’s best-loved characters.

Fancy giving all three a go? You can buy a season ticket from just £20 – more info HERE.

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2 comments on “Ballet tickets for a tenner!

  1. brumhour says:

    Reblogged this on #BrumHour and commented:
    Great offer Via birminghamhippodrome blog

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