Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake

Firmly crowned as a modern day classic, Matthew Bourne’s powerful, provocative interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm, dazzling audiences in the West End ...

The Australian Ballet lands in the USA

The Australian Ballet has departed local shores and has arrived in California, USA for the West Coast premiere of its most successful work, Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake. The company has returned to Los Angeles for the first...

The Nutcracker

Returning to the stage for the first time since sell-out seasons in 2010, The Australian Ballet prepares to enchant audiences with The Nutcracker, an unmissable opportunity to delve into the wintery fairytale land of Cla...

La Bayadère

An epic story of forbidden passion, a beautiful temple dancer and a heroic warrior fight for their love against a backdrop inspired by 19th-century visions of the exotic East, this spectacular re-imagining of La Bayadère...

Cinderella

Following the sell-out 2013 world premiere, Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella is set to mesmerise Adelaide audiences when this fairytale with a twist opens in July, in which South Australian dancers Brett Simon, Jill Ogai an...

Imperial Suite

Never heard of the company American Ballet Caravan? This was the name given to the company Balanchine assembled when he created Ballet Imperial in 1941, commissioned, rather oddly, by the U.S State Department as part of ...

Chroma – The Australian Ballet

What do The White Stripes, Mozart and Tchaikovsky have in common? The answer: Chroma – a diverse and electrifying triple bill where classical and contemporary converge. From England, The Netherlands and Australia, ...