he tour aims to provide inspiration to young people who may be thinking about professional dance as a career, as well as offering pure entertainment for all ages whether audiences are familiar with dance or seeing performances live for the first time.
The 25th anniversary tour highlights also include excerpts from Peter Wright’s Giselle and Michael Pink’s Dracula. Kit Holder, Louise Bennett and past graduate Christopher Marney are creating new pieces for this tour, and the School’s Director Sara Matthews will be reviving Dances from a Knot Garden.
Michael Pink’s dramatic narrative piece I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire and Phillip Aiden’s Let Yourself Go complete this exciting programme.
Philip Feeney, Musical Director, will provide live accompaniment during the tour.
Ballet Central is formed from final year students at Central School of Ballet (CSB) in London, one of Europe’s leading centres for dance education and training. Students not only perform but also help with all aspects of staging, from technical lighting to wardrobe.
Ticket prices are deliberately kept low to make the tour accessible to all.
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