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Giselle Digital Programme

A digital programme containing specially selected films, articles and exclusives to bring you closer to the production.

£2.99

Supported by Nesta, Arts & Humanities Research Council and public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
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Watch: the trailer

The greatest of all Romantic ballets, Peter Wright’s production of Marius Petipa’s classic is a tale of betrayal, the supernatural and love that transcends death.

Synopsis

A full synopsis of The Royal Ballet's production of Giselle

Watch: Rehearsing Giselle with Peter Wright

Producer Peter Wright and Principal dancers Natalia Osipova and Carlos Acosta discuss rehearsing the quintessential Romantic ballet.

An Interview with Peter Wright

For this Season’s revival of the Royal Ballet classic Giselle, Mark Monahan asks choreographer Peter Wright about the creation of his production.

The Music of Giselle

Explore Adolphe Adam's music, with extracts from a recording of the score

Biographies

Production team, Conductor and Principal dancers for this Season's performances

Information

Performances, screenings, timings and Royal Ballet staff

The Drama of Mime in Giselle

How the ballet uses gesture and mime to tell a compelling story

Watch: Giselle in Rehearsal

Exclusive film of Carlos Acosta in rehearsal for his role as Albrecht, and images of him in the studio with Natalia Osipova for this revival of Giselle

Giselle available on DVD and Blu-ray

Natalia Osipova makes her debut as a Principal with The Royal Ballet in one of the most demanding dramatic roles in the repertory

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Introduction to the ballet

Available from 8 March 2016

A quick guide to the quintessential Romantic ballet.

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Romantic inspirtations

Available from 8 March 2016

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The Choreography and the prima ballerina

Available from 8 March 2016

How Giselle became the perfect technical vehicle for the ballerina and formed the foundation of all the popular traits that have since become synonymous with classical ballet.