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All pointes bulletin

All Pointes Bulletin is an occasional newsletter that keeps you in touch with what's happening at the Royal New Zealand Ballet.

Bookings open for RNZB performances at Sadler's Wells If you happen to be in London on the night of April 27 next year and you take the tube to Angel, walk 250 metres down the road to Rosebery Avenue, you'll find yourself outside Sadler's Wells Theatre. Inside the Royal New Zealand Ballet will be making its debut at the legendary dance venue.

Sadler's Wells has now opened bookings for the company's performances of Christopher Hampson's Romeo and Juliet and a contemporary triple bill made up of Javier De Frutos' Milagros, Mark Baldwin's FrENZy, and Hampson's Saltarello.

The tour itinerary includes five other British cities. Manchester: Lowry Theatre, 20-24 April London: Sadler's Wells, 27 April - 1 May Glasgow: Theatre Royal, 4-8 May Edinburgh: Festival Theatre, 11-15 May High Wycombe: The Swan, 18-22 May Bath: Theatre Royal, 25-29 May

Read the Independent newspaper's review of our homegrown Romeo and Juliet, which awarded the company five stars - its highest rating: http://enjoyment.independent.co.uk/theatre/reviews/story.jsp?story=423580

For Sadler's Wells booking information see: http://www.sadlerswells.com/whats_on/2003_2004/new_zealand.asp

Red hot WearableArt The Royal New Zealand Ballet will perform at the 2003 Montana World of WearableArt Awards in Nelson next month. The company features in the new Nelson City Council Red Section, in which garments showcased are made entirely of red. Nelson: Trafalgar Centre 12 September 8pm 13 September 8pm 14 September 6pm 19 September 8pm 20 September 8pm 21 September 6pm


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