Russian State Ballet of Siberia's Cinderella 16th January 2018

Russian State Ballet of Siberia's Cinderella 16th January 2018

Posted on: 10 Nov 2017

Russian State Ballet of Siberia's Cinderella will be coming to the Bristol Hippodrome on the 16th January 2018.


‘It is always a pleasure to bring the unique traditions of Russian Ballet to British audiences. Touring across the UK with a full company of dancers as well as highly skilled musicians is always exciting, for me, it is very special to have the power of a symphony orchestra bringing the choreography to life on stage.’  - Sergei Bobrov


The world’s favourite rags to riches fairy-tale where dreams can come true is a magical mix of Prokofiev’s energetic score, lively choreography and colourful costumes.  Whilst her mad/bad stepmother and her ill-mannered daughters prepare for the Royal Ball, graceful Cinderella can only dream of dancing with the dashing Prince. Later that evening, her rags become a glittering gown and she is swept magically to the Ball. From that very moment the Prince is smitten, midnight strikes and one lost crystal slipper later, he must now embark on a journey to find his lost love….


Formed in 1981, the Russian State Ballet of Siberia has quickly established itself as one of Russia’s leading ballet companies and has built an international reputation for delivering performances of outstanding quality and unusual depth. The soloists and corps de ballet are superb, and never fail to delight audiences with their breathtaking physical ability and dazzling costumes.


Grab your tickets now from the Hippodrome website available from £24.40 to £53.40 including booking fees. The ballet commences at 7.30pm on Tuesday 16th January 2018.


Other shows during the week by Russian State Ballet or Siberia include:


The Nutcracker - 7.30pm on Monday 15th January 2018 - Get tickets here.


Swan Lake - 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday 17th January 2018 - Get tickets here.

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Miri Teixeira

Miri is an English literature student at the University of Bristol who enjoys folk-punk & math-rock music, trailing round art galleries, and playing video games. She is a keen follower of politics and will read any science fiction you throw her way. Having lived in and around Bristol for many years she has developed a keen interest in the Bristol underground music scene and independent restaurants.