Magical Swan Lake ballet to take over Bristol Hippodrome

PUBLISHED: 14:03 11 November 2018 | UPDATED: 16:27 11 November 2018

English National Ballet's performance of Swan Lake. Photo: Arnaud Stephenson

English National Ballet's performance of Swan Lake. Photo: Arnaud Stephenson

© 2015 Arnaud Stephenson

The most famous ballet to grace the stage will be performed by the English National Ballet.

English National Ballet's performance of Swan Lake. Photo: Arnaud StephensonEnglish National Ballet's performance of Swan Lake. Photo: Arnaud Stephenson

Derek Deane’s production of Swan Lake will enthral audiences as the tale of the swan princess is told.

Dance lovers will be captivated by the romance of Prince Siegfried’s love for the Odette, a girl who has been cursed to by the evil sorcerer Rothbart to spend her days as a swan.

Beloved for its superb dancing, beautiful sets and Tchaikovsky’s glorious score, – played by the English National Ballet’s philharmonic, this rendition of Swan Lake is a thrill for the dedicated fans and first-time ballet-goer.

Swan Lake will be at the Bristol Hippodrome from November 27 to December 1 at 7.30pm each evening. There will be a matinee at 2pm on November 29 and 2.30pm on December 1.

Tickets, priced £12-50.90, are available at

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