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Snow White ballet comes to Gravesend

PUBLISHED: 13:59 07 November 2016 | UPDATED: 13:59 07 November 2016

Snow White is coming to Gravesend's Woodville Theatre

Snow White is coming to Gravesend's Woodville Theatre

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This new but classically rendered ballet was well received in the UK for the first time in 2013

Classical ballet takes centre stage soon when the Vienna Festival Ballet Company returns Gravesend.

Vienna Festival Ballet will tour, with their original production of the timeless fairy-tale Snow White, based on the traditional Brothers’ Grimm story. Snow White’s journey through a magical world of hip-hopping dwarves, an enchanted mirror, and a poisoned apple, in pursuit of her Prince Charming aims to dazzle the audience.

Choreographed by Barry McGrath, and set to an array of orchestrated pieces by composers including Faris and Gounod, the music was specially written for the company’s production of Snow White. This new but classically rendered ballet was well received in the UK for the first time in 2013.

Returning by popular demand, Vienna Festival Ballet’s Snow White promises to be delight whether you’re a fan or experiencing ballet for the very first time.

The production is coming to The Woodville Theatre on November 16.

For tickets call 08442 439480

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