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Dancing Diversity

Dutch National Ballet celebrates Black Achievement Month with a programme including Ernst Meisner's Embers, Juanjo Arqués' Manoeuvre, Erst Meisnee's Largo, Van Manen's Solo and Sedrig Verwoert's L'autre côté. Available to view until 22 November.



Dracula

Northern Ballet in David Nixon's Dracula with Javier Torres, Riku Ito, Abigail Prudames, Antoinette Brooks-Daw, Lorenzo Trossello, Joseph Taylor, Matthew Koon, Kevin Poeung, Ashley Dixon, Rachael Gillespie, Sarah Chun, Minju Kangfree.

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The Royal Ballet
The Royal Ballet’s return to the stage for one performance will be livestreamed from the Royal Opera House on 9 October. Available to watch or share for £16. Tickets: https://stream.roh.org.uk/packages   Royal Ballet principals include Matthew Ball, Federico Bonelli, Alexander Campbell, Francesca Hayward, Ryoichi Hirano, Sarah Lamb, Laura Morera, Vadim Muntagirov, Yasmine Naghdi, Marianela Nuñez, Natalia Osipova, Marcelino Sambé, Akane Takada and Edward Watson. The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and conducted by Jonathan Lo.

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Dutch National Ballet - Live

Hans van Manen's iconic work,Live, will be available to view online from 10 October - 7 November. The recording features principals Maia Makhateli and Artur Shesterikov. Cameraman is Mathieu Gremillet. Tickets https://operaballet.nl/online/live

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Remembrance

Premiered in London's Peacock Theatre in 2018, Wayne Eagling's Remembrance was inspired by the romance between Marie Rambert and the playwright Ashley Dukes, who met at a dinner party in 1917 when he was on brief Army leave from the war. They fell in love in four days! Dukes was then recalled to the front and after seven months of correspondence they married in 1918. The ballet is set to Handel's Ode for St Cecilia’s Day and the cast includes Alessia Lugoboni as Marie Rambert and Alexander Nuttall as Ashley Dukes. The film will be premiered on NEBT’s YouTube channel on 15 October, 19:30 and will be available free-to-view until 15 December. 


World Ballet Day

World Ballet Day was launched in 2014 and returns 29 October for its seventh year.  Com[anies participating this year include The Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet and The Royal Ballet. The full roster will be announced in due course.