Northern Ballet Romeo & Juliet
The greatest love story ever told is back – as Northern Ballet’s electrifying production returns in spring 2024.
In the ultimate tale of forbidden love, two young people risk everything to be together. Adapted by Christopher Gable and Massimo Moricone from Shakespeare’s masterpiece, Romeo & Juliet is one of Northern Ballet’s most beloved and critically acclaimed productions – and it’s making a long-awaited return to UK stages next spring.
With glorious dancers, eye-catching sets and Prokofiev’s timeless score performed live by Northern Ballet Sinfonia, this is ballet at its most dramatic, romantic and intense.
Fans of Northern Ballet’s The Great Gatsby and Casanova will be sure to love this timeless classic.
Join us to discover whether love really can conquer all.
Image description: Two ballet dancers – Romeo and Juliet – embrace in the centre of the image. They are wearing flowing white outfits and are both pointing a foot towards the right of the image. The female dancer is standing in front of the male dancer and has one hand reaching up to the side of his face. He has one arm reaching around her. The background is like stormy clouds in white, yellow, navy and grey colours.
Audio Described PerformancesThere are a limited number of Stalls seats reserved for partially sighted patrons, and headsets available for those wishing to listen to the audio description, please email email@example.com if you wish to book these options
Touch TourTo accompany the Audio Described performance, visually impaired patrons can go on a Touch Tour before the performance. Your tour guide will take you backstage, or onto the stage itself, to feel costumes and pieces of the set and learn more about the production. To find out touch tour times, please contact our Ticket Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 020 7863 8000.
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