Giselle 18 Russian State Opera

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13th November 2018

Royal Hall

Giselle - A Romantic Ballet in which love triumphs over betrayal.

Music by Adolphe Adam

Featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by a live Orchestra with over 30 musicians.

After a sell-out performances last year, Russian State Ballet and Opera House return for their annual UK tour with the premiere of the most romantic ballet in the world, Giselle.

The gravely ill peasant girl Giselle falls in love with the handsome Prince Albrecht, who has been unfaithful to her. When jealous rivals claim her fiancé, the heartbreak is too much for her to bear. Weakened by her ill health and driven mad by despair, Giselle takes her own life.

After her funeral Prince Albrecht visits her grave. The spirits of women betrayed before their wedding days return to take revenge on their philandering fiancés by dancing them to death. Only Giselle’s powerful love saves the remorseful Albrecht from this cruel fate, proving that love can conquer all – even death.

This is an opportunity for ballet lovers to see Giselleas never before. Former award winning Bolshoi Ballet Soloist Konstantin Uralsky has created an original production with a new twist to this classical ballet, with new set and superb, handmade costumes. 

Giselle remains one of the most celebrated classical ballets.

Ticket Prices and Information

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Grand Hall/Dress Circle £32.00
Grand Circle £34.00
Boxes seat 2* £68.00

£2 reduction for OAP, Under 16's

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Venue Information

Royal Hall
Box office
01423 502116
Royal Hall,
Ripon Road
Show Dates and times

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Tuesday, 13 November 2018