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Following their highly successful debut season and dates at the Royal Opera House, the country’s most dynamic, risk-taking company, New English Ballet Theatre, returns with an innovative collaboration between visual art, music and dance.

This varied and compelling programme showcases the stars of the future in 5 world premieres from the UK’s hottest choreographic talent. On a journey through the contemporary and traditional, Tryst: Devotion and Betrayal presents Orbital Moon, choreographed by The Royal Ballet’s Valentino Zucchetti, with music by Philip Glass and includes new work from The Royal Ballet’s Kristen McNally and the former Dutch National Ballet dancer Daniela Cardim Fonteyne’s Tangents.

The evening includes a newly commissioned work by rising star Andrew McNicol, based on Tolstoy’s novella The Kreutzer Sonata. Also featuring exquisite design from Emma Bailey, NEBT offers a multi-faceted programme bursting with emerging talent.

“NEBT makes us sit up with interest and surprise”


“A brave and brilliant adventure”


To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to see New English Ballet Theatre at the Peacock Theatre then answer this question correctly:

Which English ballet dancer, currently patron of New English Ballet Theatre, is also a judge on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing?

A)   Wayne Sleep

B)    Darcey Bussell

C)    Michael Corder


To enter please email by Friday 27th June 2014. Terms and conditions apply – see below:

Terms and conditions

Winners will be selected at random from all correct entries. Winner receives a pair of tickets see New English Ballet Theatre at the Peacock Theatre for any available performance between 3-5 July (excludes 2 July). Tickets to be collected at the box office with no cash alternative. Tickets are subject to availability and cannot be resold or transferred to another performance. Competition is run by boom ents on behalf of New English Ballet Theatre. 

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