WIN A Pair of Tickets to see Cinderella - Ballet Wales @ Dance City

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Closing Date: 19 October 2018

WIN a pair of tickets to see Cinderella – Ballet Wales at Dance City on the 26th October @ 7:30pm

We have teamed up with Dance City to offer two lucky winners a pair of tickets each to see the sparkling ballet based on the classic fairy tale, Cinderella.

Award-winning company Ballet Wales, winners of the Best Large Scale Dance Production at the Wales Theatre Awards 2018, presents a sparkling and refreshing ballet based on the eternal fairy tale.

With a specially commissioned music score and creative circus elements, combined with the finest classical dance this production is set to be a unique take on Cinderella as we know it. The company have worked with award winning composer Jack White and Circus Company Citrus Arts to conjure a surprising world of wonder and magic.

Featuring choreography by Creative Wales Award winner Darius James, Ballet Wales brings to life this timeless story using the company’s unique blend of classical technique and storytelling.

For your chance to WIN a pair of tickets to see Cinderella – Ballet Wales at Dance City on the 26th October @ 7:30pm, simply answer the following question below: 

Cinderella is a well known what?

A) – Fairy tale

Or B) – Opera

Winners will be contacted via email. Good luck


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