Due to unforeseen circumstances, Moscow City Ballet are unfortunately no longer able to visit Nottingham next year. Whilst this is obviously disappointing, we do have some good news. Acclaimed Russian ballet company Saint Petersburg Classical Ballet will replace Moscow City Ballet, performing exactly the same programme. You don’t need to do anything, as your tickets will remain valid.
Under the direction of Marina Medvetskaya, SPCB has won plaudits across Russia, Scandinavia and the USA. Demonstrating the superb technique and artistic heritage from the cradle of Russian ballet – the City of Saint. Petersburg – this company presents the best-loved Russian ballet titles with an air of magic, with outstanding performances from their young and talented soloists.
We look forward to welcoming this fantastic Company to the Royal Concert Hall for the first time for an sumptuous and magical ballet experience.
Wednesday 7.30pm & Thursday 2pm & 7.30pm
Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 2.30pm & 7.30pm & Sunday 2.30pm
£2 for online bookings or £3 for phone & counter sales applies per transaction.
Venue: Royal Concert Hall
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All tickets £25 for midweek performances and all tickets £27.50 for weekend performances (excludes Sat 7.30pm)
All tickets £25 for midweek performances and all tickets £27.50 for weekend performances (excluding Sat 7.30pm
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Tier 2 seats £15, or see both performances for £25
Four tickets for £96 (2 adults max) for all midweek evening and all matinee performances. Please call the Box Office on 0115 989 5555 to book
All tickets £25 for midweek performances and all tickets £27.50 for weekend performances (excludes Sat 7.30pm). Please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 721 0622 to book
‘Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet is the real Russian deal. Natalia Romanova is entrancing … her dancing appears effortless and her poise is perfect.’Sheffield Star
‘Romanova as Prima Ballerina and in her dual role, is breath-taking. Her dancing is fluid, mesmerising and technically astounding, and the difference she creates between her two characters – using her body, facial expressions and, of course, some fantastic costumes – is remarkable’The Reviews Hub
“The high level of dancing was also a great pleasure, particularly in
its authority and a classical purity that is rare today”