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Upcoming Mixed Programmes

  • Raven Girl / Connectome

    • The Royal Ballet
    • 6–24 October 2015

    A mixed programme of ballets inspired by science and fairytale, featuring works from two British choreographers closely associated with The Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor and Alastair Marriott.

  • Viscera / Afternoon of a Faun / Tchaikovsky pas de deux / Carmen

    • The Royal Ballet
    • 26 October—12 November 2015

    Carlos Acosta’s new ballet on Bizet’s tragic tale of jealousy and desire concludes this mixed programme, with works by Liam Scarlett, Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine.

  • Monotones I and II / The Two Pigeons

    • The Royal Ballet
    • 18 November—5 December 2015

    Ashton’s sublime modernist ballet is a counterpoint to this much-anticipated revival of his charming comic romance.

  • Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci

    • The Royal Opera
    • 3 December 2015—1 January 2016

    Antonio Pappano conducts a world-class cast including Eva-Maria Westbroek and Aleksandrs Antonenko in a new production of these two darkly passionate operatic masterpieces, directed by Damiano Michieletto.

  • Rhapsody / The Two Pigeons

    • 16–30 January 2016

    Ashton’s celebration of virtuoso dance creates an elegant counterpoint to his charming, light-hearted romance.

  • After the Rain / New Christopher Wheeldon / Within the Golden Hour

    • 12 February—11 March 2016

    The Royal Ballet celebrates the acclaimed choreographer Christopher Wheeldon with this mixed programme of three one-act ballets, including one world premiere.

  • Il trittico

    • 25 February—15 March 2016

    Nicola Luisotti conducts Puccini’s vibrant trio of operas with three world-class casts, in an acclaimed production by Richard Jones.

  • New Wayne McGregor / The Invitation / Within the Golden Hour

    • 28 May—11 June 2016

    Three ballets from three very different choreographers, all closely associated with The Royal Ballet: a world premiere from McGregor, dark drama from MacMillan and acclaimed ensemble work from Wheeldon.