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Thursday, 18th MayExclusive and wonderful ballet night. Dancer in the Spotlight: Gilherme MenezesEnglish National Ballet

The BSS is delighted to collaborate with the English National Ballet (ENB) who is very kindly offering 40 tickets to the exclusive Dancer in the Spotlight event on Thursday 18th May.
 

This very special event Dancer in the Spotlight, with a dancer from the English National ballet, will give you the chance to have a drink at the reception, watch a live rehearsal in an exclusive environment followed by a Q&A with the dancer.

 

Dancer in the Spotlight: Guilherme Menezes

Discover the ins-and-outs of life as a professional ballet dancer in this this informative event, which will see a young star from English National Ballet rehearse for an upcoming performance before discussing his life, training, career and ambitions for the future.

Guilherme Menezes is a Brazilian dancer https://www.ballet.org.uk/people/guilherme-menezes/ . His twin brother Vitor is also a dancer with the English National Ballet.

 

Date: Thursday 18th May

Venue: Markova House, 39 Jay Mews, London SW7 2ES (behind the Royal Albert Hall) 
Time: 7pm reception, the rehearsal starts at 7.30pm and the Q&A at 8pm. End around 8.45pm.
Tickets: ONLY 40 tickets available. We will not reserve tickets. You have to book and pay to secure your ticket/s. Book now to avoid disappointment!
BSS members £25, Non Members/Friends of Members £35

The ticket price includes a drinks reception before the event. 

 
 

 

The English National Ballet brings world-class classical ballet to the widest possible audience – delighting them with the traditional and inspiring them with the new. We aspire to be the United Kingdom’s most exciting and creative ballet company.
Under the leadership of Artistic Director, Spanish prima ballerina Tamara Rojo, the Company stands for artistic excellence and creativity. We honour the tradition of great classical ballet while embracing change, evolving the art form for future generations and encouraging audiences to deepen their appreciation of it.

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