Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wherefore art thou Romeo? At the GOH

Fans of William Shakespeare can rejoice as one of his most famous stories, Romeo & Juliet, is brought to life at the Grand Opera House this month.
It takes place at the Belfast venue from Wednesday, May 19, to Saturday, May 22.
Scottish Ballet presents a powerful modern retelling of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, created by Dutch National Ballet resident choreographer Krzysztof Pastor.
Scottish Ballet dancers, for whom the piece was created, bring these iconic roles to life with emotional intensity and breathtaking performances.
The story, as timeless as love itself, is performed against a striking multi-media backdrop and is set to Prokofiev’s formidably dramatic score, performed live by the Scottish Ballet Orchestra.
Tickets, priced £14 to £34.75, are available from the Grand Opera House box office 90241919 or book online

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