News Story

Birmingham Royal Ballet's Don Quixote, created for the Company by Carlos Acosta in 2022, has just joined the repertory of National Ballet of Canada for its North American premiere.

Carlos has been in Toronto staging his popular production on the dancers of the National Ballet of Canada. Don Quixote is a spectacular modern adaptation of Cervantes' literary classic, which received acclaim from critics and audiences alike when it first toured the UK two years ago.

National Ballet of Canada were joined by special guest performers, Birmingham Royal Ballet's very own Principals, Momoko Hirata and Mathias Dingman who reprised their roles as Kitri and Basilio for a number of performances at the Four Seasons Center for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Performances end on Sunday 9 June.

Mathias Dingman and Momoko Hirata

Other stories