Budding Salford ballet dancers will have the chance to work with Birmingham Royal Ballet when it brings its new production of Don Quixote to the Lowry from March2-5.
The following day, March 6, the company is offering three ballet training workshops with former and current Birmingham Royal Ballet dancers.
The classes will be split by grades, Grade 1 being primary school, then grade 2+3, grade 4+5, and grade 6+.
Birmingham Royal Ballet offer workshops in Birmingham and their touring venues, in hopes of inspiring those who take part.
Tickets for ballet workshops are available Here.
The workshops consist of choreography from current shows they are performing which is currently Don Quixote, a new production made for BRB (Birmingham Royal Ballet).
Don Quixote, is based on a 19th century Spanish novel ‘The Adventures of Don Quixote’.
The director of BRB, Carlos Acosta, promises entertainment for all ages and an “explosion of Spanish sunshine, spectacular dance and vivacious comedy”.
Tickets are still available to watch Don Quixote performed by Birmingham Royal Ballet at the Lowry, available here.