Anyone keen to get on the move in the New Year should consider joining the dance and performance activities offered by Maryhill Integration Network. Organised primarily to help new arrivals to Glasgow to become an active part of their local community, the Network’s show earlier this year, was televised. People from the age of three to senior years take part and enjoy themselves!
Starting on Wednesday 11 January in 35 Avenue Park Street and on Thursday 12 January in Garnethill Multicultural Centre in Rose Street, the performance groups are working towards the GO DANCE! Festival in the Theatre Royal between 14 and 18 February. For more details check with the office 0141 946 9106 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the hugely successful productions of Cinderella and The Sleeping Beauty, Scottish Ballet are reviving Artistic Director Ashley Page’s The Nutcracker.
It tells the story of Marie who, on Christmas eve, hears how a brave young man saves a Princess from a horrible curse. As Marie sleeps, she is transported into a surreal dream world where she learns to fend for herself and discovers the secret of true love.
This fresh and vivid re-telling of the famous Christmas story features stunning sets and costumes, breathtaking choreography, Tchaikovsky’s famous score played live by the Scottish Ballet Orchestra and the phenomenally talented dancers of Scotland’s national dance company.
The LOCAL NEWS GLASGOW has a pair of tickets to give away for The Nutcracker. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question: Who wrote the music for The Nutcracker?
The prize is a pair of tickets for the ballet at the Theatre Royal Glasgow at 7.30pm on Monday 21 December.
Answer by email to email@example.com. Include your name, address and phone contact. Please write ‘Nutcracker comp’ in the header field. Snailmail to Nutcracker comp, Local News Glasgow, YAM Publications Ltd, 73 Robertson Street, Glasgow G2 8QD.
All entries must be with us by 9am on Friday 18 December. For further information see the website: www.scottishballet.co.uk. or call the box office on: 0870 060 6647 Tickets from £9 (matinee).
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