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Swan Lake Tickets

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London ColiseumLondon
See the famed English National Ballet production of a timeless ballet classic this winter.
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Swan Lake London Tickets 

In August 2024, for the first time in its formidable 175 year history, the highly acclaimed State Ballet of Georgia is coming to London with a full-length classic production of Swan Lake accompanied by a breathtaking score from the English National Opera Orchestra. Book Swan Lake tickets today.

More About The Show

Based at the stunning Opera and Ballet State Theatre in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, this company of “versatile and accomplished” dancers (The New York Times) has soared under the bold artistic direction of world-renowned, Georgian-born Nina Ananiashvili. A former prima ballerina with Bolshoi Ballet and American Ballet Theatre, Ananiashvili is considered one of the all-time greats, returning home to her native country in 2004 as the company’s artistic director.

What Makes It Great

Comprising a company of 70 and with a host of sumptuous sets and magnificent costumes, State Ballet of Georgia’s Swan Lake is set to be truly spectacular! From the first immortal bars of Tchaikovsky’s score, this production beckons the audience to another world entirely, as we explore Prince Siegfried’s profound love for the Swan Queen as well as the couple's battle against the evil sorcerer Rothbart. With the unforgettable corps de ballet moving in perfect unison as majestic swans to the dazzling ballroom-based scenes, this romantic fable cotunues to inspire awe and wonder amongst devout ballet fans and newcomers alike.

Rave Reviews

  • “The Company is dazzlingly polished, strong in technique and appearance. The corps of swans is beautiful and immaculate in their footwork and lines, creating a breathtaking effect.” - Spoleto Festival, Charleston City Paper 
  • “Ms. Ananiashvili took in the adoration like air, her pride more than personal as she carried the Georgian flag. She bears the standard of her small nation well” - The New York Times
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