Ballet Theatre UK present...
Giselle – UK Tour
***With regret, and in liason with the producers, we have made the decision to cancel this event following the new government advice relating to theatres. Ballet Theatre UK's Sense & Sensibility is also cancelled.
Some positive news is that we are able to confirm that Ballet Theatre UK are returning to Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre in December with a new ballet of A Christmas Carol. The performances take place on Thu 10 Dec and Fri 11 Dec. We will be offering all Giselle and Sense & Sensibility ticket-holders the opportunity to switch their tickets to this new show before it goes on general sale.
Our Box Office team are in the process of contacting all ticket-holders directly to refund tickets or offer you the opportunity to switch your tickets to A Christmas Carol if you prefer.
As a small, not-for-profit venue we are made up of a small team and will do our best to get in touch with you as soon as possible to return your money. We thank you for your patience and support in these unprecedented times as we undertake this task over the next week or so.
Obviously this is a difficult time for everyone and the corona virus is significantly affecting Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre financially. Therefore we would like to highlight that if any customers would consider accepting a credit refund for future use, or gifting any refund amount (in part or whole) to the centre, we would be immensely grateful. Please let our Box Office know if this is the case.
We thank you for your understanding, patience and support during this time of uncertainty and we wish everyone the best of health.***
Buy a standard ticket for both Giselle and Sense & Sensibility for just £25!
Join Ballet Theatre UK in one of the greatest ballets of all time, Giselle.
A tragically romantic tale of a young girl who falls deeply in love however she would soon be deceived for he was betrothed to another. Through despair and desperation the young girl kills herself as she could not live without him.
The Queen of the Wilis, along with the ghosts of young girls who die before their wedding nights, condemns the lover to dance to his death. He can only be saved by the intervention of the spirit of Giselle and the break of dawn which force the Wilis to flee.
First performed in 1841, Giselle has never lost its popularity with audiences, considered to be one of the jewels in the crown of the romantic repertoire.
Featuring a full Corps de Ballet of 24 international dancers along with the critically acclaimed Principal Dancers, Ballet Theatre UK present this haunting classic in its full glory set to the stunning music by Adolphe Adam.