An interpretation by Cambridge University Ballet Club
Friday 17th February
Cambridge University Ballet Club is proud to present an interpretation of Giselle, possibly the most famous romantic ballet of all time. Set to Adolphe Adam’s mesmerizing score, this ballet tells the heartbreakingly beautiful story of the titular character, Giselle, a peasant girl who is driven to death by the betrayal of her lover, Albrecht.
Choreographed and performed by some of Cambridge’s top dancing talent, and featuring a full cast from across the entire Ballet Club, this promises to be one of the dance highlights of the university’s calendar. Join us on 17/18 February for a tale of deceit, revenge, but most importantly, a love so strong it transcends death.
Praise for last year’s performance of Romeo and Juliet:
‘Stunningly performed and incredibly moving’ - 5 stars The Tab
‘An enchanting performance of a wonderful ballet’ - 8/10 The Cambridge Student
Performances on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 February 2017 at 7:00pm
Ticket & Booking Information
£11 full, £8 student
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