Updated: 5pm Monday 1 March 2021

WORKS ON STAGE

It will come as little surprise to our audiences that many of Scottish Ballet’s on-stage performances have been postponed. Please visit our What's On section to view the latest tour dates. 

If you had purchased tickets for an on-stage performance which has been cancelled or postponed, your local theatre will contact you if they haven't already done so regarding your rescheduled tickets and refund options.

We very much appreciate your understanding and patience in this process. We are working closely with venues to support them in these uncertain times, and look forward to seeing you on stage again soon.

WORKS ON SCREEN

At Scottish Ballet, the screen is also our stage.

While our theatres are closed, we're keeping you inspired and entertained at home with our pioneering digital content.

Visit our What's On section for the latest film premieres and cinema screenings or visit SBTV – our video hub packed with award-winning films, invigorating tutorials and behind-the-scenes documentaries.

WANT TO PEEK BEHIND THE SCENES?

Join our FREE Membership programme and be part of the Scottish Ballet community.

Members enjoy a host of benefits, including exclusive access to our online ballet classes and films, online events that bring you closer to the company (for a wee fee), regular email updates to keep you in the loop, and more.

FREE MEMBERSHIP

DANCE WITH US AT HOME

Whether you’re brand new to ballet, keen to practise and perfect your technique, or just want to enjoy a wee boogie, we're here to keep you fit and motivated during the pandemic.

Join our Zoom ballet classes taught by Scottish Ballet dancers and experienced teachers. Most of these classes are exclusive to our FREE members.

For our Dance Health participants near and far, we have a selection of online classes designed especially for you and your loved ones. These interactive, live classes are for people living with Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, or dementia, and can be enjoyed alone or with a family member, companion or carer.

Thank you from all of us at Scottish Ballet for your continued support of Scotland’s national dance company. Stay safe, and take care of one another.