Up to 54% off tickets to English National Ballet's 'Ecstasy and Death'
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- Save big on tickets to 'Ecstasy and Death' by English National Ballet, featuring performances from legendary dancer Nicolas Le Riche and ENB's artistic director Tamara Rojo.
- Enjoy three twentieth century ballets: Jiří Kylián's 'Petite Mort', Roland Petit's 'Le Jeune Homme et la Mort', and Harald Lander's 'Etudes' in one convenient sitting.
- Act now before it's too late! With a strictly limited run of only six performances, it's time to leap gracefully into action and buy your tickets now.
English National Ballet performs three twentieth-century ballets which will leave you in awe of the company's versatility and technical brilliance.
Jiří Kylián's ultra classy 'Petite Mort' features six male dancers, six female dancers and six foils exploring energy, silence and sexuality while dancing to two Mozart piano concertos. Roland Petit's 'Le Jeune Homme et la Mort' casts a hot seductress who torments her young lover to the point of death. And Harald Lander's most famous ballet, 'Etudes', based on the simple beauty of a ballet dancer's daily class rounds off the emotional trifecta.
And if three ballets weren't enough, Paris Opera Ballet's Nicolas Le Riche will guest star, dancing with ENB's artistic director Tamara Rojo in 'Le Jeune Homme et la Mort' on Thursday and Friday evening, and at Saturday's matinee.
Need to know:
- This voucher is for one ticket to 'Ecstasy and Death' at English National Ballet, valid on selected dates from April 18 to April 21, 2013.
- No booking required. Simply choose your date at the checkout at present your voucher at the box office on arrival.
- Please note: original ticket price is £40 or £55. Best tickets awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Customers booking multiple vouchers will be sat together.
- This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.
- PLEASE NOTE: Your voucher should be presented at the box office no later than 30 minutes before showtime.