Sadler's Wells Theatre 15th Anniversary Benefit Night — including Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake

10 Dec

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Sadler's Wells Theatre

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R

Tickets £250 (£125 + suggested voluntary donation £125) 

Join us for an unforgettable night of celebration at our one-off Sadler’s Wells’ Benefit Night on Tuesday, 10 December around a performance of Matthew Bourne’s iconic Swan Lake. Come and be dazzled by glittering glamour, spectacular dance, fabulous live music and an exquisite array of drinks, canapés and desserts.

The evening’s premium cava and cocktail reception starts at 6.45pm in the warm and welcoming surrounds of a transformed mezzanine space. You will be welcomed by Alistair Spalding, Sadler’s Wells Artistic Director and Chief Executive and enjoy a premium ticket performance of Matthew Bourne’s multi-award winning Swan Lake. Our festivities continue at our post-show party in the company of the artistic team and cast, with our live music putting an extra swing in your step.

This December marks the end of our 15th year in our fantastic Rosebery Avenue theatre. By joining us for fun-filled celebrations, your ticket donation will also be making an important contribution to our comprehensive technical refurbishment next summer. We’ve loved every minute of the past fifteen years and want to do it all again and more in the next.

"Sadler’s Wells may well be the most important dance house in the world"

Fluff up your feathers and celebrate Sadler’s Wells!

Tickets are £250* (£125 ticket price and £125 suggested voluntary donation towards Sadler’s Wells summer 2014 refurbishment).

Sadler’s Wells is incredibly grateful to all our sponsors of the evening and to you for the support your attendance will give our all-important refurbishment campaign.

Please call Hannah Bishop on 020 7863 8134 for more information and to book tickets.

Sadler's Wells Theatre

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R

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