Sleeping Beauty wakes
Theatre Royal Plymouth, Tuesday to Saturday
Birmingham Royal Ballet make their autumn pilgrimage to the Theatre Royal Plymouth with a delightful programme – the sumptuous fairytale ballet The Sleeping Beauty and a triple bill of some of David Bintley's best loved works.
Penguin Cafe is three contrasting works which have been some of the most popular, innovative and best-loved of artistic director David Bintley's output over the last 25 years.
Tombeaux is his lament on the death of his mentor, the great director and choreographer Frederick Ashton. E=mc2 promises to be an intriguing and exhilarating experience and the evening finishes with perhaps one of Bintley's best known ballets Still Life at the Penguin Cafe, created for the Royal Ballet in 1988.
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BRB's full-length ballet The Sleeping Beauty has a classical score by Tchaikovsky and original choreography by Marius Petipa.
It is considered one of the greatest ballets from Imperial Russia.