Swan Lake Review

Everything was beautiful at the ballet. Graceful men lift lovely girls in white. Yes, Everything was beautiful at ballet – A Chorus Line.
 This was the first ballet I have ever attended, so I did not really know what to expect other than pretty girls dancing extremely complicated steps. I also knew the story of Swan Lake, considering as a child The Swan Princess was one of my favourite cartoons. So getting to see the Swan Lake, the immortal classic love story of Prince Siegfried and Odette, a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse – was really a mesmerising experience.
St Petersburg Ballet Theatre was founded in 1994 and is renowned globally not just for its beautiful Vaganova trained dancers, but also for its stunningfull-length productions. The company travels internationally performingclassical masterpieces from its repertoire includingGiselleDon QuixoteThe Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty

This year they’re performing Swan Lake until the 1st of September 2018 with Irina Kolesnikova as the prima ballerina, She has been the prima ballerina with St Petersburg Ballet Theatre since the age of 21. It wasn’t hard to see why with her flawless technique.

If you’re dying to see a ballet… then this is the one! The sets and costumes are beautifully detailed and stunning. Book your tickets now.

Venue: London Coliseum, St Martin’s Ln, London WC2N 4ES

Dates: Wednesday 22nd August – Sunday 2nd September 2018 

Performances: Tuesday – Sunday Evenings 19:30, Thursday & Saturday Matinees 14:30, Wednesday 29th August & Sunday 2ndSeptember Matinee 14.30 

Prices: £20 – £95 plus booking fee.