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Get under the skin of Scottish Ballet and experience dance differently. A programme of online and digital dance events to explore and discover.

Scottish Ballet's Digital Season is generously supported by the John Ellerman Foundation.

Short Film

What Dreams We Have

Scottish award-winning director and photographer David Eustace has created this short film in collaboration with Scottish Ballet featuring Principal dancer Sophie Martin. It depicts a vision of beauty, youth and gracefulness within the vast, decrepit brutalist space of St Peter’s Seminary.

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What Dreams We Have is sponsored by Baillie Gifford.

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Company Class

Witness the exertion and athleticism of Scottish Ballet’s dancers up close as they refine their craft in the studio. Watch a full company class and learn more about how they prepare the dancers prepare their bodies for a full day of rehearsal.

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Short Film

Haud Close Tae Me

A short dance film directed by Scottish Ballet’s film-maker Eve McConnachie and choreographed by CEO/Artistic Director Christopher Hampson, featuring a specially commissioned poem by Scotland’s Makar Jackie Kay. The poem is narrated by Kay herself with music by Alex Menzies.

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Haud Close Tae Me is sponsored by KPMG and The Garrick Charitable Trust with match-funding from Arts and Business Scotland, and is funded by the Garrick Charitable Trust.

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Live Stream

Creation of a Work in a Week

Enter the world of choreographer James Cousins as he is challenged to create a work in a week. Get unprecedented access to the creation with daily live streams from inside the rehearsal studio via NOWNESS, culminating in their stunning Work In A Week 'Adrift' starring Sophie Martin and Thomas Edwards and set to Óveður by Sigur Rós.

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