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Review: La Sylphide

March 28, 2015 |

La Sylphide is one of the world’s oldest performed ballets, but it’s hard to imagine a better production of the romantic classic than that currently playing here in Brisbane.

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The Queensland Ballet’s The Nutcracker at QPAC

December 14, 2014 |

Plastic pine trees twinkling with assorted embellishments, children preparing their ridiculously long letters to Santa and shopping centre sales not unlike a scene straight out of The Hunger Games; it is no secret that Christmas is looming. If there is anything more ‘Christmassy’ than Rudolph or a Boxing Day hangover, it has got to be The Nutcracker. Read More

Queensland Ballet Costume and Scenery Sale

November 21, 2014 |

For all of you who love the drama and beauty of ballet costumes and scenery, brace yourself for some very exciting news. Queensland Ballet has become short on space for their upcoming productions and are therefore bidding farewell to some of their gorgeous pieces. Read More

Queensland Ballet Flourish Review

August 12, 2014 |

During the opening night of Flourish, the Queensland Ballet captivated audiences with a sensational sequence of classical, neoclassical and contemporary performances that elicited romance, rapture and incredible energy.

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Romeo & Juliet Breaks Box Office Records At Queensland Ballet

July 15, 2014 |

The Queensland Ballet and guest dancers broke a 54-year box office record for this year’s production of Romeo & Juliet.

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Romeo & Juliet – A Beautiful Tragedy

July 4, 2014 |

Sometime between 1591 and 1595, the great English Poet William Shakespeare gave the world a heartbreaking love story to remember – Romeo & Juliet.

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Coppélia – enticing, hilarious and delightfully chaotic

May 9, 2014 |

The classical ballet, Coppélia, was a perfect ‘after-dinner delight’ for those fortunate enough to sit in the audience of the humorous and joyful world première season.

Sitting within arms length of Queensland Ballet Artistic Director Li Cunxin, I observed every … Read More

Li Cunxin – what’s in store for 2014

December 18, 2013 |

The Queensland Ballet has released their program for 2014, which is set to be a breathtaking and sensational season.

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Queensland Ballet a Super Star

May 16, 2013 |

The first Queensland Government Super Star grant has been announced.

The Queensland Ballet has been chosen as the lucky recipient of the $300,000 prize, which will be used to fund a production of Kenneth MacMillan’s acclaimed Romeo and Juliet.

“MacMillan’s … Read More