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The Centre and its Opposite

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Quantum Leaps



Click here for full diary of performances of this ballet and links for how to book.

Other show diaries


An Evening of Music and Dance 2015
Beauty and the Beast
Coppélia
Moving Stateside
Serenade / Carmina burana
Shadows of War
Sylvia
The King Dances / Carmina burana
The Nutcracker

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Quantum Leaps



( Powder | E=mc² | The Centre and its Opposite )

These three strongly contrasting ballets offer a lively evening of entertainment, including new ballets from Birmingham Royal Ballet's Director, David Bintley, and the Artistic Director of Australian Dance Theatre, Garry Stewart, alongside Stanton Welch's beautiful Powder.

Performance length


Approx 2 hours and 30 minutes

Casting


When available this can be found by visiting any performance diary

Credits



E=mc²


Music Matthew Hindson
Choreography David Bintley
Costumes Kate Ford
Lighting Peter Mumford

Powder


Music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Choreography Stanton Welch
Designs Kandis Cook
Lighting Mark Jonathan

The Centre and its Opposite


Music Huey Benjamin
Choreography Garry Stewart
Costumes Georg Meyer-Weil
Lighting Michael Mannion
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