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The Little Mermaid

Performance presented by Victorian State Ballet

$22

Dates & times

Wednesday 3 July at 10:30am, 1:00pm

Duration

60 Minutes

Ages

4+

Tickets

$22

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The Little Mermaid ballet follows the narrative based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen. The story unfolds in another world where a young mermaid dreams of a life beyond the sea. 

One of the world’s favourite fairy tale classics is retold through a superb production featuring classical ballet skill and choreography honouring the spirit of this magical work. Expect an inspiring, impacting, entertaining and memorable experience for all ages! 

Come and see the magnificent costumes full of vibrant colour accentuating the beauty and splendour of this magical place, together with the outstanding skill, artistry, and technique of the Victorian State Ballet artists. 

Don’t miss out on seeing your favourite characters come to life!

  • Wednesday 3 July, 10.30am & 1pm 
  • The Chapel, Chapel Off Chapel 
  • Duration 60 Minutes
  • Ages: 4+
  • Tickets: $22
  • Ticket prices are subject to additional transaction fees
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult for all events
  • Performances will not be Auslan interpreted however, they include strong visual content and can be enjoyed by deaf, hard of hearing and ESL audiences


ABOUT THE PERFORMER

The Victorian State Ballet is Victoria’s leading ballet company, established in 2003 under the expertise of Martin and Michelle Sierra.  With over 30 years of professional experience worldwide, both Michelle and Martin felt the need to feed the artistic gap of Victoria’s arts community with a repertoire based on the Grand Ballets from the 20th Century, neo-classical and contemporary ballets originally choreographed for the company.

WEBSITE: https://www.victorianstateballet.org.au/

Reviews:

‘I adored every second and was completely overwhelmed’ Dance Informa 

‘Every aspect of the performance excelled, a work to remember for years to come’ Dancetrain Magazine