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Live webcast videos

Scottish Ballet regularly runs live webcasts, offering a fascinating look behind the scenes at Scotland's national dance company.

Romeo & Juliet Live Rehearsal Webcast - 3/4/14

Delve into the rehearsal process of Romeo & Juliet as we follow Bethany Kingsley-Garner and Remi Andreoni in their journey to the stage. Our live webcast was the third episode in a series of rehearsal films - watch episodes 1 and 2 here.



Hansel & Gretel Live Theatre Webcast - 18/12/13

We broadcasted live from Theatre Royal Glasgow where our dancers were rehearsing on stage prior to a performance of Hansel & Gretel. Be taken into the wings and behind the curtain to take a look at the extensive and eccentric props used and hear Christopher Hampson and our dancers talk about what the creation of this world premiere has been like. 


Autumn Season 2013 Webcast - 13/09/13

Let Scottish Ballet take you behind the scenes of The Rite of Spring and Elite Syncopations in our Autumn 2013 Webcast. Artistic Director Christopher Hampson talks us through the making of these two powerfully contrasting pieces and we chat to Christopher Harrison, Principal dancer and one of our stars of The Rite of Spring about what it's like performing such an emotionally and physically demanding piece. Get a look at the costumes for Elite Syncopations and learn more about both productions as Chrisopher Hampson answers questions from the audience.

Highland Fling with Matthew Bourne Webcast

This special Highland Fling webcast shows our live broadcast from a Company rehearsal in the Peter Darrell Studio at Scottish Ballet. This exclusive webcast broadcast in partnership with STV provided viewers with a glimpse of the dancers in rehearsals for this 'romantic wee ballet' with Rehearsal Director Etta Murfitt and renowned director and choreographer Matthew Bourne. Assistant Rehearsal Director Mikah Smillie talked viewers through what they were seeing alongside presenter Gillian Harvey from STV.

The rehearsal was followed by a Q&A session Choreographer Matthew Bourne.

Live Autumn Season 2012 dancers rehearsal webcast 26 September 2012

This Autumn webcast shows our live broadcast from a Company rehearsal in the Peter Darrell Studio at Scottish Ballet’s headquarters. Watch the dancers rehearse 5 Tangos, a brand new addition to Scottish Ballet's repertoire and one third of the Autumn Season 2012 triple bill. Scottish Ballet's new Artistic Director Christopher Hampson led us through the rehearsal, giving an insight into the piece. The rehearsal was followed by a Q&A session Artistic Director Christopher Hampson


Live Dance GB Live dancers class webcast 22 June 2012

Live broadcast from a very special dancers’ class with Scottish Ballet, English National Ballet and National Dance Company Wales in preperation for Dance GB. The class was followed by a Q&A session with dancers Daniel Davidson (Scottish Ballet), Annabeth Berkeley (National Dance Company Wales) and Barry Drummond (English National Ballet).


Live A Streetcar Named Desire panel discussion - 29 March 2012

Director Nancy Meckler, choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and dancers Eve Mutso and Tama Barry discuss the creation of A Streetcar Named Desire.


Live Sleeping Beauty behind the scenes webcast - 12 January 2012

Dancers Owen Thorne, Eva Lombardo and Luciana Ravizzi about how they get into character along with a series of video diaries charting their journey from rehearsal to stage.

Live Pennies from Heaven webcast - 17 September 2011

Take a look at the stunning 1930s-inspired costumes from Pennies from Heaven, hear from the dancers about their roles and watch the Company rehearse sections of the piece in our studios.

Alice live backstage broadcast - 21 April 2011

Watch our dancers in action as they make final preparations for the evening’s performance of Alice.

Company class - 10 March 2011

Our first live streaming event - an insight into the dancers' daily technique class.

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