Part of DanceLive 2017.

Experience the bold, sensual power of Igor Stravinsky’s scores, performed by the Scottish Ballet Orchestra.

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ice Maiden, The Fairy’s Kiss was first brought to the stage by renowned Scottish choreographer Sir Kenneth MacMillan, adding a dark edge to an already unsettling tale. Now, 25 years after MacMillan’s death, it is recreated with stunning new sets and costumes.

The Rite of Spring was widely acclaimed following its 2013 performance at the Edinburgh International Festival. Feel the raw energy of the score –and the anguish of moral conflict, brought to an end through violent sacrifice.

★★★★★ "Demands your attention" The Scotsman

 

Talk Ballet (Formerly pre and post-show talks)
Share your passion, and discover more about The Fairy’s Kiss and The Rite of Spring at these free events.

Before the show: Come along at 6.30pm for a glimpse into the show’s themes and our creative process. Just make sure to book your free ticket through the box office.  

After the show: Put your questions to our dancers, fresh from their performance. Simply take a seat in the stalls, you don’t need to book.

scottishballet.co.uk