Swan Lake Returns
Hope Muir unveils the 2024/25 season. Four world premieres plus we celebrate Guillaume Côté who bids adieu after 26 years.View Season
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March 6 – 17
Lewis Carroll’s wonderland comes to life in this breathtaking family friendly production full of charm and spectacle.Book Tickets
March 20 – 24
This thrilling programme features the world premiere of UtopiVerse by William Yong, the North American premiere of islands by Emma Portner and the classical gem Suite en Blanc.Book Tickets
North American Premiere!
June 1 – 9
Carlos Acosta’s celebrated production of this irresistible, sun-kissed ballet makes its highly-anticipated North American debut.Book Tickets
June 15 – 22
George Balanchine’s glittering triptych of Emeralds, Rubies and Diamonds is performed in its entirety for the first time since 2006.Book Tickets
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Guillaume Côté. Photo by Matt Barnes. / Harrison James and Jurgita Dronina in Swan Lake. Photo by Karolina Kuras / Guillaume Côté. Photo by Matt Barnes. / Jack Bertinshaw in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Photo by Karolina Kuras. / Isabella Kinch in UtopiVerse. Photo by William Yong. / Koto Ishihara, Tina Pereira and Heather Ogden in Jewels. Photo by Karolina Kuras. / Tene Ward with YOU dance audience Member. / Pointe Shoes. Photo by Karolina Kuras.