Overview

This event is held at the Munro Martin Parklands in Cairns.
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Returning to Australia for the first time in 15 years and for the first time in Cairns, The Royal Ballet will stage a very special Gala Performance in Cairns’ Munro Martin Parklands on Wednesday 12 July*.

Featuring an ensemble of dancers from the company, the Gala Performance will feature beautiful solos and duos from the company’s broad repertoire including Swan Lake, Le Corsaire, Don Quixote and Romeo and Juliet.

Tickets to this very special performance are available from the Cairns Regional Council ticketing website via the “Buy Tickets’ button below or 1300 855 835.

Gates open: 4pm
We All Dance: 5pm
NAISDA Dance College: 5:35pm
The Royal Ballet: 6:30pm

Following the conclusion of this performance the State of Origin will be relayed on the park screens. Patrons are welcome to remain in the park to watch the game and continue to enjoy the Parklands.
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*Note: if adverse weather requires the cancellation of the performance on Wednesday 12 July, the performance will be rescheduled for Thursday 13 July (with revised running times) and all tickets from the Wednesday 12 July performance will remain valid.


 

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Presented by QPAC and Cairns Regional Council 


Program

  • THE ROYAL BALLET

    Featuring an ensemble of dancers from the company, the Gala Performance will feature beautiful solos and duos from the company’s broad repertoire including Swan Lake, Le Corsaire, Don Quixote and Romeo and Juliet.

  • WE ALL DANCE

    Artists from The Royal Ballet collaborate with community groups and teaching artists from across Queensland to celebrate dance and movement through a series of workshops and culminating in community performances.

  • NAISDA DANCE COLLEGE

    With ‘Sand to Stage’, NAISDA (National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association) Dance College reflects on the past, pays tribute to the present, and moves beyond form to reveal a new lexicon of Indigenous creativity that challenges our current social and political image of what it means to be an Indigenous Australian.


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