Royal Moscow Ballet – Swan Lake

The Helix, Friday 25th February

A firm favourite with the Dublin audience annually , The impressive ROYAL MOSCOW BALLET makes a return visit next February 25th with its inspiring production of Swan Lake.

Set to Tchaikovsky's magical and mystical score, Swan Lake is one of the most famous and best loved works in the Ballet repertoire worldwide .

The Royal Moscow Ballets production of Swan Lake is an irresistible combination of drama and tragedy set against the dramatic battle between good and evil.

From the splendour of the palace Ballroom to the moon lit lake where Swans glide in perfect formation. All brought to life on the Helix stage through sumptuous costumes and wonderful stage sets and decorations .

This Ballet Classic has it all ..


Date:
Friday 25th February
Time:
7.30pm
Price:
From €25

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