The Australian Ballet

Top 10 at-home workouts for that post-iso body

June 11, 2020

After months of binge-watching Peaky Blinders and only wearing pants with elasticised waists or let’s be honest, no pants at all. I knew it was time to start salvaging my beach bod. After all, how could I expect Cillian Murphy to run away with me when I’m sat on the couch eating dry noodles and […]

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Dance Review: The Australian Ballet bring yet another triple bill masterpiece to audiences with Faster (performances commence in Sydney on April 7)

March 26, 2017

There is nothing quite like seeing a contemporary ballet reflect the world in which we live in. For such a traditional dance form where discipline is paramount in the execution of movement, to see such fluidity and freedom amidst the dancers is refreshing and forward-thinking. The Australian Ballet‘s Artistic Director David McAllister says this triple […]

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Review: Nijinsky is beautifully represented in this production by The Australian Ballet

November 14, 2016

Nijinsky is a ballet about the life of a ballet dancer- the eccentric Vaslav Nijinsky, whose popularity was such that girls even stole his underwear. But underneath his virtuosity and glittering characters was a man fighting with his mental instability- and all this is beautifully represented in this production by The Australian Ballet. The ballet […]

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Stream full performances from The Australian Ballet with Ballet TV

September 20, 2016

A new streaming service from The Australian Ballet will allow audiences to watch performances as many times as they like over a 30 day period. Ballet TV offers a collection of free to watch clips and videos, including rehearsal footage, interviews, behind the scenes insights, trailers, and artistic showcases. Now, for an $8 fee, viewers […]

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Artistic Director of The Australian Ballet David McAllister on Australia’s premiere production of Nijinsky

September 18, 2016

Rarely seen outside Europe and performed by The Australian Ballet for the first time, Nijinsky tells the story of a ballet icon Vaslav Nijinsky. We spoke with The Australian Ballet’s Artistic Director David McAllister about this masterpiece, that he calls “one of the most important ballets of our time”. Nijinsky is an acclaimed ballet about an […]

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Friends of The Australian Ballet to host screened premiere of the Royal Ballet’s Frankenstein

June 22, 2016

The Friends of The Australian Ballet will be hosting the Australian Premiere screening of the Royal Ballet’s new production of FRANKENSTEIN next week. The Royal Ballet, based in London’s Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, have turned Mary Shelley’s gothic classic into a full-length story ballet. Described as heart-wrenchingly beautiful, the period adaption returns to the original […]

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Matilda leads the way with 13 Helpmann nominations

June 21, 2016

The nominees for the 16th Annual Helpmann Awards were announced this week and one production has already surged ahead – Matilda. The musical has garnered a staggering 13 nominations, including Best Musical and Best Original Score. The Roald Dahl adaptation earned nods in each of the Musical specific categories as well as getting recognition in […]

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Stanton Welch’s Romeo and Juliet is heading to Melbourne for an exclusive season

April 22, 2016

Joining The Australian Ballet‘s 2016 program is Stanton Welch‘s Romeo and Juliet, which will be presented by Houston Ballet. Debuting in Australia, and following a huge world premiere in 2015, this remake of the unmistakably beautiful love story will be coming to the Arts Centre Melbourne for an exclusive season performance. The Houston Ballet will be […]

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