This exciting triple bill includes Balanchine’s Apollo, the perfect vehicle to display the Company’s classical skill and artistry, sees the return of Juliano Nunes’s Interlinked, premiered earlier this year to great acclaim, and welcomes back David Bintley‘s ever-popular, bittersweet and poignant look at human impact on the world.
A colourful host of endangered animals seek shelter from the storm in David Bintley’s ‘Still Life’ at the Penguin Café. Featuring a morris-dancing flea, a ballroom-dancing ram, a hoe-downing rat, a majestic zebra and many more, this is an “unforgettable” (Sunday Times), witty and enjoyable, yet bittersweet and poignant look at human impact on the world. All danced to Simon Jeffes’s delightful score, originally composed for the Penguin Café Orchestra.
The “quiet perfection” (The Guardian) of Apollo highlighted the genius of its creator, the then 24-year-old George Balanchine, and launched his lifelong partnership with the composer Igor Stravinsky. This most exquisite of ballets was regarded by Balanchine as his artistic coming of age. Its pared back elegance gives the perfect platform for the Company’s world-class dancers to shine.
Brilliant young Brazilian choreographer Juliano Nunes’s Interlinked was premiered in summer 2022 as part of the Birmingham 2022 Festival. Described as “stretching ballet’s mould” (The Guardian) with a specially composed score by Australian composer Luke Howard, this beautifully abstract piece explores ideas of grace, beauty and harmony in ways that push the usual boundaries of classical dance.
We offer a range of discounts and concessions to enable everyone to enjoy an affordable visit to Birmingham Hippodrome.
Up to 2 Under 16s HALF PRICE with every full-paying adult (limited availability).
Thu & Fri performances (excludes Price Band A+)
Thu & Fri performances, Price Bands B-E
Groups 8+ save £5
Groups 16+ save £6
Groups 24+ save £7 plus 1 FREE ticket
Call our dedicated Group Sales Team on 0844 338 7000 for more information and to book now!
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EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS (Under 18)
Thu & Fri perfs
Parties of 10 or more pay £17 per ticket plus 1 ticket FREE for teacher/supervising adult for every 10 booked (Price Bands D-F). Free lolly per ticket (excl. free adult places)
For school bookings, please call Group Sales on 0844 338 7000* for more information and to book now!
UNWAGED, UNDER 18 and OVER 65s
£3 off price band A, £4 off B – D
Thu & Fri performances (limited availability)
CONCESSIONS FOR PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES
£5 off standard price tickets in all seating areas.
2 for 1 for disabled patrons who require the service/support of a companion
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STUDENT, UNWAGED, PASSPORT TO LEISURE AND POSTCODE STANDBY
24 hours prior to a performance, best available seats for the lowest price, maximum 2 per booker, subject to availability
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Discounts and Concessions are offered subject to availability at the discretion of the Information and Sales Manager. Top three price bands only, unless otherwise stated. Restrictions may apply. Only one discount per ticket may apply, unless otherwise stated. Offers are non-retrospective and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid ID must be presented where applicable. Additional discounts may be offered from time to time.
Road & Car Park Closures on Fri 9 & Sat 10 Jun
Our B-SIDE Hip-Hop Festival returns this week with events taking place in the streets and squares around the theatre over the weekend.
Please note, the following road and car park closures may affect your visit:
- Level 3 of the Arcadian Car Park will be closed throughout Fri 9 & Sat 10 Jun and will reopen on Sun 11 Jun. Levels 1 & 2 will remain open throughout the weekend, but are likely to be very busy.
- Thorp Street will be closed to traffic from 6am on Sat 10 Jun. The road closure includes Thorp Street (from Horse Fair junction) and Hurst Street (to Smallbrook Queensway junction). The road will reopen by 10pm.
- The Gallan Car Park and on street parking bays on Thorp Street will not be accessible throughout the day on Sat 10 June.
- Inge Street & Hurst Street standard and disabled parking bays will not be affected by the festival.
For alternative car parking, we suggest Edgbaston Street Car Park at Bullring & Grand Central, Dudley Street Car Park or please take a look at parkopedia.co.uk for information on smaller car parks in Southside.
Birmingham City Centre is likely to be very busy over the weekend, so we suggest you leave as much travel time as possible to get to the theatre.
The Sunday Express on 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café
The Sunday Times on Apollo
"Powerful and intimate"
BrumHour on Interlinked