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Giselle’s heartbreaking story of love and forgiveness – even from beyond the grave – makes it the ultimate romantic 19th-century ballet. It’s one of the most atmospheric too, and will transport you from harvest celebration in a Rhineland village to a ghostly glade haunted by the spirits of girls who died of broken hearts. No one brings this supernatural drama to life quite as movingly as The Royal Ballet’s superb dramatic dancers, in Peter Wright’s beautiful production.
The Royal Ballet
Internationally renowned classical ballet company based at the world-famous Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. One of the world’s greatest ballet companies, the Company unites tradition and innovation in world-class performances at their Covent Garden home. Their extensive repertory embraces 19th-century classics, the singular legacy of works by Founder Choreographer Frederick Ashton and Principal Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan and a compelling new canon by Resident Choreographer Wayne McGregor, Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon and Artist in Residence Liam Scarlett. The Royal Ballet is committed to enriching people’s lives through ballet.
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