The latest news from across the organisation.

  • Friday 22 March 2019

    Hands up if you’re excited for Spring!

    Our 50th anniversary season officially kicks off next week with Spring! - a double bill set to send you home smiling. Discover a few fun facts about the production in our list of things to look out for. Read more about it >
  • Monday 18 March 2019

    Jamiel Laurence: #50Years50Careers

    Soloist Jamiel Laurence joined the Company in 2009. Alongside dancing, he's also a choreographer and his works have been performed at festivals across the world. Jamiel gave us the lowdown on some of the projects he's most excited to work on in 2019. Read more about it >
  • Thursday 14 March 2019

    Wee Hansel & Gretel ready for takeoff

    This year we will take our specially adapted wee version of a big ballet, Wee Hansel & Gretel, on a nationwide tour to Isle of Lewis, Ullapool, Glasgow, Shetland, Orkney, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Greenock, Inverness, and Dundee. Read more about it >
  • Monday 4 March 2019

    Carole Ann O'Neill: #50Years50Careers

    Carole Ann is Operations Officer, and the first face many people see when they come to visit us at our Tramway home. Read more about it >
  • Monday 25 February 2019

    Norman Murray: #50Years50Careers

    Norman Murray has been Chairman of Scottish Ballet since 2013, and has had a successful career in a number of executive roles, including Chairman of The Edrington Group and President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. We spoke to Norman about his very first job, and he shares his advice for anyone thinking about joining a Board. Read more about it >
  • Friday 22 February 2019

    A celebration of the life and legacy of Elaine McDonald OBE

    Elaine McDonald danced with Scottish Ballet from its beginning in 1969, performing all over the world with the Company, before stepping into the role of artistic director of Scottish Ballet for a short time following Peter Darrell's death in 1987. Read more about it >
  • Thursday 21 February 2019

    The Sunday Times Top 100 Companies listing

    We're thrilled to announce that Scottish Ballet has been recognised as one of the best companies to work for, after being listed as 59th in The Sunday Times Top 100 Not for Profit Companies to work for in 2019. Read more about it >
  • Tuesday 19 February 2019

    Preston Clare: #50Years50Careers

    Preston Clare was a dancer with the company from 1985 to 2003. Since retiring he has taught, acted and set up his own theatre company. He gave us his advice for dancers who are starting to think about their next step. Read more about it >
  • Thursday 14 February 2019

    What the audience said: Cinderella

    A collection of audience responses and press reviews of our winter 2018/19 tour - Cinderella. Read more about it >