2024 Birmingham Royal Ballet 2 performances announced
Following its spectacular opening performances earlier this year, which left audiences enthralled and wanting more, Birmingham Royal Ballet’s BRB2 returns in 2024 with more performances of Carlos Acosta’s Classical Selection, starring some of the very best young dancers from around the world.
Birmingham Royal Ballet is delighted to announce three of the five venues on the 2024 tour:
The Lighthouse, Poole, on Saturday 18 May 2024, matinee and evening. Public booking begins Friday 18 August, with BRB Dancers’ Circle and Friends booking on Wednesday 16 August. Derngate Theatre, Northampton, on Saturday 25 May 2024, matinee and evening. Bookings are available now. Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, on Tuesday 28 May 2024, matinee and evening. Public booking is open now.
More venues will be announced shortly. Click here to find out more about becoming a BRB supporter.
If you saw BRB2 in 2023 you’ll want to be there again, and bring your friends and family to see this sensational show. Be among the first to see the new members of BRB2 take centre stage.
If you didn’t make it this year you won’t want to miss this second tour. For exciting talent and breathtaking dance, Carlos Acosta’s Classical Selection is THE show to see, full of sparkling classical highlights that include Frederick Ashton’s exquisite Rhapsody (Rachmaninov), created for Mikhail Baryshnikov and Lesley Collier; Carlos’s own temperature-raising Carmen (after Bizet); Ben Van Cauwenbergh’s popular French chanson-inspired Je ne regrette rien (Edith Piaf) and Les Bourgeois (Jacques Brel); Carlos’s interpretation of Fokine’s The Dying Swan (Saint-Saëns), and spectacular pas de deux from Bournonville’s delightful La Sylphide, the explosive Diana and Actaeon, and the iconic Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky). From sensational, heart-stopping moments to comic masterpieces, there’s instantly recognisable music and dance that brings the house down.
BRB2 hopes to see you at a performance soon! Click here to book tickets to Carlos Acosta’s Classical Selection.