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May 18, 2019

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a Special ballet showing!

American Ballet Theatre returns once more to present this very special programme aimed at introducing your little ones to the mastery and magic of ballet! Featuring excerpts from the ABT's extensive repertoire and narration, this one hour show is sure to be a treat for a first time ballet-goer, with dazzling costumes, sparkling sets, and of course, delightful dance to fire the imagination.

American Ballet theatre is one of the country's most well respected ballet companies, consistently creating new and innovative work alongside perfectly pitched presentations of the classics, such as Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.

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Performance date: 13 June 2015


Recommended for ages 4 - 12

Run time

One hour long

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