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The Nutcracker

Russian State Ballet and Opera House Present

The Nutcracker

Music by Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky

Friday 7 October 2016

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £20 to £28.50 Concessions: £18 to £26.50

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The Nutcracker is the beloved Christmas classic!

“A superb performance which lived up to the mystery of the charming Russian classic”
The Argus

The highly acclaimed Russian State Ballet and Opera House visits the Belgrade for the first time with this hugely popular ballet.

A nutcracker who may just be a handsome prince in disguise – prepare to enter a magical new world…

Based on “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” written by E.T.A. Hoffmann, it tells the story of Marie, a rather sad little girl, whose godfather Drosselmeyer gives her a nutcracker doll as a present on Christmas Eve, which turns into a prince.

When midnight strikes, the world turns all magical in the wintry glitter of Christmas Eve. Toys come alive, the Mouse-king and his mouse-army battle with the Nutcracker Prince and we travel through the Land of Snow to an enchanted place where the magic really begins.

Snow flurries, sweets, princes, magic, love, victories and defeats, and Tchaikovsky’s rousing score, are just some of the ingredients that will be brought together by this renowned Russian company.

A highly accessible ballet, full of familiar music such as the Waltz of the Flowers and the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy – a piece for a ballerina set to music written for the unique and almost eerie sounding instrument called celesta (featured in countless movies and TV shows including Home Alone).

This is the ultimate and beautiful fairy-tale where goodness and beauty triumph.

The Nutcracker continues to capture the hearts and imagination of generations of theatre-goers. It is a truly captivating piece of theatre, a wonderful introduction to ballet for anyone who has never experienced it and still so special to anyone who has.

For more information, please go to www.amande-concerts.co.uk

Fri 7 Oct 7:45pm Limited Availability
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