Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty at Sadler’s Wells

Tchaikovsky‘s Sleeping Beauty is about glorious music and MacMillan’s classical choreography which reawaken the magic of the world’s favourite fairy tale in an enchanted world of castles and curses, forests and fairies.

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, Princess Aurora lived in an enchanted castle where fairies bestowed her with gifts of beauty, temperament, purity, joy, wit and generosity. The wicked Fairy Carabosse put a curse on Aurora; to prick her finger and die on her 16th birthday. The beautiful and kind Lilac Fairy cast a spell to counter the curse so that instead of dying Aurora fell asleep for a hundred years. Only the touch of true love’s kiss could awaken her and undo the evil spell.

Join English National Ballet’s internationally acclaimed company of 67 dancers and full orchestra for this dazzling ballet.

TheatreTickets.net now has tickets available from 4th December 2012, but only through until 26th January. Introduce the children to ballet with a fairy tale come true. Tickets currently start at £54.

Sadler’s Wells is London’s leading Dance House and is uniquely dedicated to bringing the very best international and UK dance to London audiences. Sadler’s Wells is committed to producing, commissioning and presenting works of the highest standards, crossing the boundaries between different art forms.

As a registered UK charity, Sadler’s Wells relies on help from individuals, companies and trusts to support our artistic programme as well as our community and creative learning projects. Sadler’s Wells has been a place of creative and artistic expression for over 300 years. If you wish to support Sadlers’s Wells please visit their “Support Us” page on their website.

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