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Quantum Leaps

Powder | E=mc˛ | The Centre and its Opposite

There are no performances listed for Quantum Leaps

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

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


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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