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Royal New Zealand Ballet
From $37 for Admission for 2 to The Tower Season of Cinderella, Performed by The Royal NZ Ballet (value up to $116)
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- Let your favourite fairytale come alive on the stage.
- Grab two tickets to The Tower Season of Cinderella performed by the Royal New Zealand Ballet with prices starting from $37.
- Choose from A Reserve or B Reserve seating on Sunday 19th August in Dunedin.
- Marvel at Christopher Hampson's inspired choreography and Tracy Grant Lord's sumptuous costumes.
- Make your next ballet outing one to remember.
Goldilocks seemed nice but it turned out she was a bit of a thief. Sleeping Beauty was a babe but preferred sleeping over socialising. If there's one fairytale heroine that everyone bats for, it's Cinderella.
Let the magic of your favourite fairytale come alive on the stage, thanks to the incredible Royal New Zealand Ballet, on Sunday 19th August:
- Pay $58 for two A Reserve seats on Sunday 19th August, 2.30pm;
- Pay $37 for two B Reserve seats on Sunday 19th August, 2.30pm.
Christopher Hampson's Cinderella returns to our stage, accompanied by New Zealand designer Tracy Grant Lord's sumptuous costumes and lavish sets that draw you into a glittering fantasy world. In her grief, the young Cinderella plants a rose at her mother's graveside. When her father remarries, the future seems bleaker than ever. Her wicked stepmother is intent on pushing kind and beautiful Cinderella aside in favour of her two nasty stepsisters. The course of true love never did run smooth, but in this best loved of all fairy tales, Cinderella meets her prince. Dazzling against the light and dark of Prokofiev's powerful score, this ravishing interpretation of the timeless rags to riches romance is everything you could wish for and more.
"If you are looking for magic, you will find it here... A breathtaking Cinderella that will enchant audiences lucky enough to see it." - Ann Hunt, Sunday Star-Times