Ballet Ireland presents

Dance

GISELLE

Dates: 22 Apr - 29 Apr

Show Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: €20 - €22

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Giselle is a haunting story of love and betrayal.

Ballet Ireland’s 21st-century telling of this romantic classic is a timeless tale of the redemptive power of love.

Giselle dies broken hearted by Albrecht, but her spirit returns to protect and forgive her now repenting lover from death at the hands of the vengeful Wilis.

Choreographed by Ludovic Ondiviela, former Royal Ballet dancer and choreographer, Giselle reminds us of how it feels to have your heart broken, but still yearn to love.

This story of love transcends death and will capture the hearts and minds of audiences today.

 

Running time: 100 min (with interval)

Choreography by Ludovic Ondiviela
Music: Adolphe Adam
Additional Composition and Sound Design: Tom Lane and Rob Moloney
Design by Maree Kearns
Lighting by Paul Keogan

Supported by the Arts Council and Dance Ireland

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