Northern Ballet – Mixed Programme

£20 Adults & £17.50 Concessions
Wednesday 6 to Saturday 9 May
Show Overview 

Join Northern Ballet at home as they present an evening of exhilarating ballet.

This new mixed programme includes the return of The Architect by Kenneth Tindall (Luminous Junc•ture) and Perpetuum Mobile by Scottish Ballet Artistic Director Christopher Hampson. The Architect is based on the story of Adam and Eve and is set to music by BAFTA-winner Ólafur Arnalds among others, whilst Hampson’s piece is inspired by Bach’s Violin Concerto in E Major

You will also be able to see work by Stuttgart Ballet Resident Choreographer Demis Volpi whose award-winning pas de deux Little Monsters is set to the soulful sounds of Elvis Presley. The programme also includes A Northern Trilogy by former Royal Ballet dancer Jonathan Watkins and Fatal Kiss by Northern Ballet’s Ballet Master Daniel de Andrade.

Winner of ‘Best Company’ at the Taglioni European Ballet Awards, don’t miss the chance to experience the awe-inspiring strength and skill of Northern Ballet’s dancers in an intimate setting.

The Mixed Programme line up is as follows:

Christopher Hampson’s Perpetuum Mobile
Demis Volpi’s Little Monsters
Jonathan Watkins’ A Northern Trilogy
Daniel de Andrade’s Fatal Kiss
Kenneth Tindall’s The Architect

*Programme may be subject to change.

Europe’s Best Dance Company
Winner of Best Company at the Taglioni European Ballet Awards

“Memorable choreography and considerable theatrical power”

Dance Europe on The Architect

Sat 9 May - Post-show Talk

On Sat 9 May after the 2.30pm performance there will be a free post-show talk with Choreographer Kenneth Tindall (The Architect) and Northern Ballet dancers. There is no need to book. 

Running Time (approx.)

Act 1 running time - 42 minutes

Interval - 20 minutes

Act 2 running time - 26 minutes

 

Total running time - 1 hour 28 minutes (including interval)

Videos 

The Architect - Trailer from Kenneth Tindall on Vimeo.

Christopher Hampson on Perpetuum Mobile

Jonathan Watkins on working with Northern Ballet

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