The latest news from across the organisation.

  • 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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  • Friday 10 November 2017

    Dancing the Pas de Vin

    ​Earlier this year we were delighted to bring aboard new sponsors Corney & Barrow Wine Merchants. They have a special discount offer just for you!

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  • Thursday 9 November 2017

    Time to Dance: Update

    One of the few things better than the beauty of dance is the joy of sharing it with the ones we love. Sometimes the people closest to us face challenges that limit their ability to access the arts, so we are working towards making dance accessible for all.

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  • Wednesday 8 November 2017

    What our audience said: Stravinsky

    A collection of audience responses and press reviews of our diverse double bill, Stravinsky.

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  • Wednesday 8 November 2017

    From Nutcracker child to Prince

    Get the inside track on Principal dancer and Nutcracker Prince Christopher Harrison, who performed as a child in the original Peter Darrell production.

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  • Wednesday 4 October 2017

    5 things about Stravinsky

    Sink your teeth into these facts about our autumn 2017 tour, Stravinsky.

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  • Tuesday 3 October 2017

    Generous support from Check-It and Arts & Business Scotland

    ​It's thanks to organisations like Check-It Scaffold Services and Arts & Business Scotland that we can continue gracing the stages of Scotland and beyond.

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