Autumn 2016

Fusing dance and movement, human and animal, electronic music and symphonic sound; a multi-sensory experience not to be missed.

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Hansel & Gretel

A family winter tradition! Join Hansel and Gretel on their fantastic journey through the magic forest, where sweets come to life and a beautiful woman is not all she seems…

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Improvers Ballet

A 15 week course, ideal for those who have completed our Beginners Ballet; a bridge between it and our Intermediate classes. Taught by Principal dancer Constance Devernay.

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Scottish Ballet Creative


You can now watch Eve McConnachie's Maze, featuring dancers Javier Andreu and Madeline Squire and choreography by Sophie Laplane, as part of Scottish Ballet: Creative.

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WIN tickets to Edinburgh International Festival

Scottish Ballet premieres at Edinburgh International Festival tomorrow night and we have TWO pairs of tickets to giveaway for the opening!


Dancer sponsorships for Aisling Brangan and Madeline Squire

​Scottish Ballet is delighted to announce two exciting new dancer sponsorships for Artist Aisling Brangan and First Artist Madeline Squire.


A Day in the life of Nicholas Shoesmith

Follow a day in the life of Soloist Nicholas Shoesmith as he rehearses for a thrilling and challenging double-bill ahead of Edinburgh International Festival.

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