THE NUTCRACKER & DON QUIXOTE - CANCELLED

Event Cancelled

In relation to the global coronavirus pandemic Russian Ballet Ltd, the promoter of Imperial Russian Ballet Company’s performance of The Nutcracker and Don Quixote has regretfully advised that this event been cancelled.  
 
All purchased tickets will receive a full refund within approximately 20 working days. Patrons who purchased via credit or debit card do not need to take any action in order to recieve a refund. If the credit or debit card has been permanently closed/cancelled or if the card has expired, please submit a return request via Ticketek within three days to process your refund.
 
Patrons who purchased tickets at a Ticketek Agency using cash or EFTPOS will receive a full refund to their designated bank account. Please contact Ticketek to designate your preferred account.

For further enquiries or assistance, please contact the event organiser via their website.
 

Darling Harbour Theatre

Following their sell-out 2019 performances of Swan Lake, the Imperial Russian Ballet Company return to Australia to perform a double bill, The Nutcracker & Don Quixote.

Two sensational ballets, one magnificent night of ballet.

ACT 1 - The Nutcracker
The ageless tale of bravery and dreams set to the music genius of Tchaikovsky's musical, this ballet features one of the most recognisable and enduring music scores ever written. Set at Christmas time, a young girl dreams of her Nutcracker prince and their adventures together. 

ACT 2 - Don Quixote
A ballet based on the Spanish novel by Miguel De S… and is considered the most influential work of literature from the Spanish golden age.  This festive and flamboyant ballet was first performed in Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre in 1869.

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company was formed in 1994 by the Bolshoi Theatre soloist, Gediminas Taranda. The Imperial Russian Ballet Company comprises 40 dancers from the major ballet schools of Russia.

“Bold, Brave Russians”

"In a night that overflows with all things ballet, you can't help be swept up by the sheer panache of the Imperial Russian Ballet Company dancers."

The West Australian