Royal Ballet Live: Ashton Triple Bill (12A) Free Event

Contact: Alexis Hobson ()

on Big Screen Bristol

‘The Dream, Symphonic Variations and Marguerite and Armand’ at 7.30pm, with a pre-performance screening from 7pm.

*FREE EVENT – no need to book just turn up*

Synopsis: Enchanting, breathtaking and tragic – three great works by Royal Ballet Founder Choreographer Frederick Ashton danced by The Royal Ballet.

Never been to or seen a ballet before? Then this is your chance to watch a world-class ballet, performed live from the Royal Opera House in London for free!

What’s it about? The Royal Ballet celebrates its heritage through a mixed programme of three of Ashton’s most loved – and most characteristic – works. The Dream (1964) is an enchanting adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ to music by Mendelssohn. Symphonic Variations (1946) is Ashton’s first masterpiece, and a breathtaking, abstract work on the beauty of pure movement. Marguerite and Armand (1963), inspired by the celebrated dance partnership between Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev, is a tragic love story of great lyric beauty.

Running Times:
19:00 Pre-show content
19:30 The Dream
20:25 Interval
20:50 Symphonic Variations
21:10 Interval
21:35 Marguerite and Armand
22:07 Curtain call
22:15 End of broadcast

Seating: Limited deckchair seating is provided on a first come first served basis. So why not bring your own blankets, chairs or cushions.(Please also remember to wear warm clothes).

Food: Pack a picnic or pick up something hot from the At-Bristol Cafe (special menu coming soon!)

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