Practice your leaps and flourishes with the royal princesses in a beautiful building full of nostalgic charm!
A devised piece by local theatre company The Gemini Collective, based on a true story A Thousand Cranes follows the true story of Sadako Sasaki, a young Japanese girl who died from leukaemia as a results of nuclear weapons being used in World War Two.
Two Feet brings world-class classical ballet to Adelaide, led by legendary Russian ballerina Natalia Osipova in what is a triumphant solo performance.
The Imperial Ice Stars have brought to Adelaide the story of Swan Lake in a very special way.
Inspired by the works of Russian composer, Tchaikovsky, the Paolo Sebastian Autumn/Winter 2018-19 couture collection holds true to the label’s essence; the creation of a grand narrative through meticulously crafted couture.
Ballet lovers, this one's for you! Following sell-out seasons in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, David McAllister's The Sleeping Beauty is coming to Adelaide!
A condensed and modernised version of the classic Swan Lake ballet, performed in Veale Gardens as a free community event.
Adelaide audiences are set to be dazzled in 2018 as Swan Lake on Ice returns to Australia!
As a teenager, Akram Khan performed in Peter Brook’s seminal work Mahabharata. Now in middle-age, and with residencies at Sadler’s Wells London and Curve Leicester, Khan has revisited this epic in Until the Lions.
A filmed staging of three one-act ballets from the Sir Fredrick Ashton repertoire of over 100 ballets, by Sir Frederick Ashton and The Royal Ballet.
A three-act plotless ballet by George Balanchine, inspired by the artistry of jewellery designer Claude Arpels and revealing the essence of jewels.
A filmed stage production of the Paris Opera Ballet Company, retelling one of the Bard’s classic comedies of love, fairies and magic in the woods.
A princess is cursed to sleep until she is woken by the kiss of a prince in this filmed staging of Tchaikovsky’s first and greatest ballet.
Woolf Works isn’t a story ballet. Instead, the three parts delve into three of Virginia Woolf’s novels, layered with images from her own life.
The Paris Opera Ballet presents a staged filming of one of the the most classic and loved ballets of all times, about a woman cursed to turn into a swan.
An exceptional line-up of opera and ballet productions from London’s Royal Opera House, Paris’ Opéra National & Milan’s La Scala commence from 28 October 2016.
Director of the Hamburg Ballet, John Neumeier has choreographed this magnificent work. The Australian Ballet is overjoyed to be presenting it to Australian audiences.
Event Cinemas Marion invite you to experience The Australian Ballet on the big screen for the first time with The Fairy Tale Series, screening from October 2016.
The Lover’s Garden or Il Giardino Degli Amanti is a new ballet which delightfully pairs Mozart’s famous quartets and quintets with characters from his operas.
Following a sold out season in Sydney, the magic of Swan Lake returns when Stephen Baynes’ masterful interpretation comes to Adelaide this May...