Birmingham Royal Ballet returns to Sadler’s Wells with two contrasting programmes.
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Quantum Leaps features Stanton Welch’s uplifting Powder, danced to Mozart’s popular clarinet concerto. Fluid and sensual, this piece is a brilliant celebration of nostalgia, beauty and joy.
The Centre and its Opposite is a new work from contemporary choreographer Garry Stewart, Artistic Director of Australian Dance Theatre, set to a powerful electronic soundscape.
Birmingham Royal Ballet Director David Bintley’s E=mc² has a specially commissioned score by Matthew Hindson and explores Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity in music and dance of breathtaking energy and speed.
Cyrano is a hilarious and heartbreaking story of one man’s truly self-sacrificing devotion, choreographed by Birmingham Royal Ballet’s David Bintley with music by Carl Davis. The beautiful Lady Roxane is in love with the dashing cadet Christian de Neuvillette and so enlists her cousin, the poet and soldier Cyrano de Bergerac to deliver her intended a love letter. Cyrano is an extraordinary man, blessed with a big heart, a big mind… but an even bigger nose.
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