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Tutus on Tour

Where: Queenstown Memorial Centre, 1 Memorial Drive, Queenstown

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult - A Reserve: $40.93 ($37.00 + $3.93 fees)
  • Adult - B Reserve: $30.68 ($27.00 + $3.68 fees)
  • Child (17 & under) - A Reserve: $25.05 ($22.00 + $3.05 fees)
  • Child (17 & under) - B Reserve: $12.30 ($12.00 + $0.30 fees)
  • Concession (Senior/Student) - A Reserve: $37.13 ($33.30 + $3.83 fees)
  • Concession (Senior/Student) - B Reserve: $27.91 ($24.30 + $3.61 fees)
  • Groups 6+ - A Reserve: $37.13 ($33.30 + $3.83 fees)
  • Groups 6+ - B Reserve: $27.91 ($24.30 + $3.61 fees)
  • Wheelchair & Companion: $30.68 ($27.00 + $3.68 fees)
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The Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to expand the company’s much-loved regional touring programme in 2020, featuring works tailor-made for the RNZB by trail blazing choreographers at home in New Zealand and on the world stage.

A family programme for all ages, watch the dancers of the RNZB perform some of their favourites works.
Inspired by the goddess of the hunt and of the moon, Sarah Foster-Sproull’s Artemis Rising was created in 2019 as a retirement gift for the much-loved former RNZB Principal Abigail Boyle.
Remember, Mama is a tender look at the relationships between mothers and sons, from childhood to old age.
Berceuse by US choreographer Penny Saunders, a rapturous, deeply musical pas de deux to a lyrical lullaby by Benjamin Godard, was created in 2011 for the ground-breaking contemporary Hubbard Street Dance in Chicago.

Completing the line-up is a new classical work, Wayward, by young Canadian dancer and choreographer Kiara Flavin, who joined the RNZB in 2018.

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