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THE ROYAL BALLET

Director

Kevin O'Hare CBE

Founder

Dame Ninette de Valois OM CH DBE

Founder Choreographer

Sir Frederick Ashton OM CH CBE

Founder Music Director

Constant Lambert

Prima Ballerina Assoluta

Dame Margot Fonteyn DBE

Generously supported by The Paul Hamlyn Education Fund

International Women's Day Insight: Mothers in Ballet

05.03.2024 19:45

APPROXIMATE TIMINGS

This event will run for approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.

GUIDANCE

Suitable for age 12+

CAST

Presenter
Lyndsey Winship
Director
Eliza Schroeder
Contributors
Tara-Brigitte Bhavnani, Begoña Cao

FILM CREDITS

Choreographer
Miguel Altunaga
A Rainstar Productions Production
A Rainstar Productions Production
Original Music composed by
Mathias Coppens
Directed and Produced by
Eliza Schroeder
Ballet Dancers
Begona Cao, Karina Gonzalez, Tara-Brigitte Bhavnani, Mary Helen Bowers, Miyako Yoshida, Misato Nakada
Edited by
Neil Lenthall and Abo Talooni
Consulting Producers
Dominic Crossley-Holland, Nikki Parrott and Tigerlily Two Productions
Archive Producer
Leslie Knott
Offline Editor
Pete Hills
Assistant Editor
Zak Lawrence-Earey
Additional Editor
Amy Luise Daneel

THE ROYAL BALLET

Director

Kevin O’Hare CBE

Music Director

Koen Kessels

Resident Choreographer

Sir Wayne McGregor CBE

Artistic Associate

Christopher Wheeldon OBE

Administrative Director

Heather Baxter

Rehearsal Director

Christopher Saunders

Clinical Director Ballet Healthcare

Shane Kelly

GUIDELINES

Photography and filming are prohibited during performances in any of our auditoriums. You are welcome to take pictures throughout the rest of the  building and before performances and share them with us through social media. Commercial photography and filming must be agreed in advance with our press team.

Larger bags and backpacks need to be check into our complimentary cloakrooms. Unattended bags may be removed.

Please do not place any personal belongings on the ledges in front of you.

Only bottled water and ice cream purchased from the premises can be taken into the auditorium.

If you arrive late to the auditorium or leave during a performance, you will not be allowed back to your seat until the interval or a suitable break.

Smoking and vaping are not permitted anywhere on the premises.

The safety of our visitors, staff and artists is still our priority. To help us provide a comfortable experience for everyone, please be mindful of others and their personal space.

Our staff are committed to treating everyone with dignity and respect and we ask that you show them and your fellow audience members respect too. We adopt a zero-tolerance approach in response to anyone who interacts with our staff or with fellow audience members in an intimidating, aggressive or threatening manner.

DIGITAL CAST SHEETS

We are working hard on our commitment towards becoming more sustainable and are striving for our net zero goal of 2035. By using digital cast sheets and e-tickets, we have reduced our paper consumption by over five tonnes per year. You can view our digital cast sheets on a computer, tablet or smartphone by scanning the QR codes displayed around the building using your smartphone’s camera app. They are also displayed on screens outside the auditoria. Cast sheets are generously supported by the Royal Opera House Endowment Fund.

SUPPORT OUR ONGOING RECOVERY

We are so glad to welcome our artists back to our theatres to perform for you the opera and ballet you love. During the pandemic we lost £3 in every £5 of our income and we continue to feel the impact as we recover. Sustaining the future of ballet and opera has never been so important. Please consider making a donation to the Royal Opera House community today and help support the future of ballet and opera.

 

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