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Ballet on the big screen

PUBLISHED: 10:06 10 June 2010 | UPDATED: 18:00 25 August 2010

BALLET will be beamed from the Royal Opera House for residents to enjoy for free on a big screen tonight. Chroma, Tryst and Symphony in C will be showing in General Gordon Square, Woolwich from 7pm tonight.

BALLET will be beamed from the Royal Opera House for residents to enjoy for free on a big screen tonight.

Chroma, Tryst and Symphony in C will be showing in General Gordon Square, Woolwich from 7pm tonight.

The Woolwich screen is one of only four in the UK to be chosen by BP Summer Big Screens to show these Royal Ballet programmes, which combine contemporary dance with traditional ballet.

Local dancers will also perform live and on the big screen before the transmission and during the interval.

No booking is required. Organisers urge people to bring a rug, cushion or folding chair to sit on and bring picnics with non-alcoholic drinks as Woolwich is an alcohol control zone. The evening is set to draw to a close at 10.15pm.

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