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Ballet Central Tour

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Ballet Central Tour has now been postponed to 11 Jul 2021 (original date 11 May 2020). Original tickets can be exchanged for the new date or returned.

Ballet Central returns to Winchester with its new tour this summer.

This renowned company of young graduate dancers will be performing a crowd-pleasing mix of dance pieces by leading choreographers, including:

Scenes from Le Corsaire, a thrilling classical ballet with romance and daring, set on a pirate ship featuring a famous pas de deux.

A new creation by upcoming choreographer Charlotte Edmonds to a commissioned score by Ballet Central Resident Composer Philip Feeney.

And to finish, Act 2 of Matthew Bourne's Highland Fling, a gothic fable of winged fairies, romanticism and kilts filled with wit, magic and wicked humour.

COVID-19 Secure Venue

For your safety, we've put numerous measures in place to make the venue COVID-19 Secure. For detailed information visit our coronavirus information page

Booking tickets

  • Tickets must be purchased in advance.
  • Refreshments available to pre-order during ticket purchase.
  • Ensure your account contact details are up to date (My Account). If required we may need to share your contact details with NHS Track and Trace.
  • Where possible please use e-tickets by selecting print at home delivery method.
  • Max. 6 tickets per booking. Attendees should sit in groups of six or less in accordance with the latest government guidelines.
  • Seats will be automatically allocated in order to maintain social distancing between groups.
  • We will send you an email before your visit to ensure you have all the information you need ahead of your visit.
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The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences.

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