Ballet Central to dance at Chelmsford Civic Theatre

PUBLISHED: 12:01 13 April 2017 | UPDATED: 12:01 13 April 2017

Ballet Central are at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on May 16

Ballet Central are at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on May 16

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Ballet Central are at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on May 16 with a programme including work by Sir Matthew Bourne, Indigo Children by Royal Ballet choreographer, Liam Scarlett, and a new version of the ballroom scene from Romeo and Juliet by English National Ballet’s Jenna Lee, as well as pieces from La Bayadere and The Nutcracker.

Ballet Central has been Central School of Ballet’s touring company for over 30 years. The company is comprised of the school’s final year students as part of their BA (Hons) degree course. Central School of Ballet is the only classical vocational school to offer an honours degree and pre-professional touring experience on this scale. It has been a springboard for hundreds of dancers into the dance profession.

Each year Ballet Central works with a mixture of highly acclaimed and emerging choreographers on newly commissioned works and much-loved revivals.

Recent Ballet Central choreographers include: Richard Alston, David Bintley, Christopher Bruce, Jonzi D, Matthew Hart, Christopher Hampson, Christopher Marney, David Nixon, Michael Pink, Mikaela Polley and Darshan Singh Bhuller.

7.45pm. Tickets £15/£12.50, special concessions £7 from 01245 606505 or www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres

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