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Events for November 29, 2013

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----- Birmingham Royal-Nutcracker (Birmingham)
By Helene

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----- English Nat'l Ballet-Le Corsaire (Bristol)
By Helene

17-19 October: Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
22-26 October: The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
30 October-2 November: New Theatre, Oxford
26-30 November: Hippodrome, Bristol
9-12 January (2014): London Colisseum, London
14-19 January (2014): London Colisseum, London
11-15 February (2014): The Palace Theatre, Manchester

Program and ticket info:

----- Carolina Ballet-Messiah
By Helene

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----- Australian Ballet-Cinderella (Sydney)
By Helene

Joan Sutherland Theatre (formerly Opera Theatre), Sydney Opera House
Bennelong Point

Friday 29 November 7.30 pm
Saturday 30 November 1.30 pm
Saturday 30 November 7.30 pm

Monday 2 December 7.30 pm
Tuesday 3 December 7.30 pm
Wednesday 4 December 1.30 pm
Wednesday 4 December 7.30 pm
Thursday 5 December 7.30 pm
Friday 6 December 7.30 pm
Saturday 7 December 1.30 pm
Saturday 7 December 7.30 pm

Monday 9 December 6.30 pm
Tuesday 10 December 7.30 pm
Wednesday 11 December 1.30 pm
Wednesday 11 December 7.30 pm
Thursday 12 December 7.30 pm
Friday 13 December 7.30 pm
Saturday 14 December 1.30 pm
Saturday 14 December 7.30 pm

Monday 16 December 6.30 pm
Tuesday 17 December 7.30 pm
Wednesday 18 December 7.30 pm

Program and ticket info:

----- Joffrey Ballet-Nutcracker (Kennedy Center)
By Helene


----- Bolshoi Ballet-The Bright Stream
By Helene


----- Royal NZ Ballet-Tutus on Tour (Dunedin)
By Helene

Ticket info:

The Royal New Zealand Ballet returns to its roots in its 60th birthday year with a 46 centre tour of heartland New Zealand.

In celebration of our rich past and lively present, we perform a selection of highlights and hits from the company's repertory, including excerpts from Flower Festival at Genzano, Ihi FrENZy, Through to You and Don Quixote. RNZB dancers-turned-choreographers Brendan Bradshaw and Catherine Eddy create a sparkling version of Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf - suitable for audiences of all ages and the perfect introduction to classical music and live dance.

A new recording of Prokofiev's score will be made by the Vector Wellington Orchestra, complete with a special narration by Te Radar.


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