The latest news from across the organisation.

  • Monday 5 March 2018

    Behaviour in the ballet world

    A statement from Scottish Ballet CEO/Artistic Director Christopher Hampson.

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  • Friday 23 February 2018

    Ballet for Everyone

    Lyndsay Clydesdale, Media Officer for Oxfam, got the low-down from SB Director of Engagement Catherine Cassidy on how Highland Fling is giving young people an 'in' to the classical ballet world.

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  • Thursday 22 February 2018

    View to a Kilt

    ​Highland Fling designer Lez Brotherston sits down with writer Graeme Virtue to talk about all things tartan.

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  • Wednesday 7 February 2018

    Reinventing a Classic

    Kelly Apter, freelance arts journalist for The List and The Scotsman, speaks to Choreographer and Director Matthew Bourne about Highland Fling's journey home.

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  • Thursday 18 January 2018

    From Stornoway to Seoul

    Scottish Ballet Announces 2018 Season. Get ready for a year spent at all ends of the globe. We've just announced our full schedule of main events for 2018 and it's going to be a treat!

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  • Wednesday 10 January 2018

    Highland Fling flying high with Loganair

    Loganair, Scotland's airline, will be official partners of our upcoming tour of Matthew Bourne’s Highland Fling, touring to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Shetland, Orkney, Oban, and Stornoway.

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  • Wednesday 6 December 2017

    Faces of Glasgow 2018

    Good news! Scottish Ballet is a face of the European Championships 2018. 'What does that mean' we hear you ask?

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  • Monday 27 November 2017

    A Day in the Life of the Sugar Plum Fairy

    Find out what it takes for Sophie Martin to transform into a sparkling fairy in a tutu on stage in The Nutcracker.

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  • Tuesday 21 November 2017

    The Re-imagining of Peter Darrell's The Nutcracker

    Kelly Apter speaks to CEO / Artistic Director Christopher Hampson and The Nutcracker designer Lez Brotherston about how they brought this iconic production back to the stage.

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