Birmingham Royal Ballet: Giselle Tickets

Ballet

Sadler's Wells Theatre
Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN

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Friday - 19:30
Saturday 14:30 19:30
Sunday - -
  • Running Time: 2 hrs 15 mins (inc. 25 min interval)
  • Preview From: Fri, 1 November 2019
  • Booking Until: Sat, 2 November 2019

Giselle is commonly ranked among the most renowned classical ballets of all time, on par with such ballet classics as Swan Lake and Coppélia. Galina Samsova and David Bintley's fabulous production remains faithful to both the original feel and dance steps of the timeless classic.

Loys and Giselle are madly in love, but Loys turns out to be none other than Count Albrecht and is engaged to be married to someone else. When Giselle learns of his 'dirty laundry,' her broken heart becomes too much to handle. Having slowly descended into madness, Giselle chooses to leave the world of the living behind for good.

In the dark of the night, a sad Albrecht pays a visit to Giselle's final resting place, but he is soon met with the supernatural as vengeful ghosts of jilted brides are summoned to cast their spell. Albrecht becomes cursed and must dance himself to death. Only Giselle's unwavering love from the underworld can rescue him now.

Don't miss the fantastic Birmingham Royal Ballet production of Giselle. A balletic fairytale that will leave you captivated from start to finish.

Sadler's Wells Theatre

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN

View Seating Plan

Infra-red system with 15 headsets – please book. Collect headsets from shop. Deposit required.

Guide dogs allowed into auditorium (aisle seats are best) and staff available to dog-sit.


15 spaces for wheelchair users in rows J–K of Stalls and in Stalls side gallery. 6 spaces at 1st Circle – take the lift from the foyer (to right of entrance). Companions can sit next to you or nearby depending on how many of the spaces have been booked.

Toilets: Men and women’s on 1st Circle and 2nd Circle levels, men’s in basement and women’s on mezzanine. Some toilets have large cubicles with grip rails. 5 adapted toilets by right-hand entrance to Stalls, by lifts to 1st Circle and 2nd Circle, at basement and mezzanine levels.

Rows J and K in the Stalls and aisle seats have the most leg room.

Bars at Stalls, 1st Circle and 2nd Circle levels all have moveable seats and tables and accessible counters.

2 accessible phonecard phones by main entrance.

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