|Local Girl to Perform with Cracow Ballet Company
Lizzie Taylor will dance at The Polish Centre in March
Lizzie Taylor, who grew up and studied in Chiswick, is to star with the Cracow Centre Ballet in a series of performances at the Polish Centre in Hammersmith in early March.
The Cracow Centre Ballet, a young, enthusiastic and colourful ballet theatre from Eastern Europe, features talented and professional classically trained dancers with a real passion for ballet.
Established in 2009 by former prima ballerina Svetlana Gaida, several dancers from Eastern Europe and England including top stars from Vilna - Miki Hamanaka and Aurimas Paulauskas - will perform at the Polish Centre in Hammersmith.
The dancers will perform a one act ballet called ‘Frolics’ in the first part of the evening, and the second part will feature excerpts from other famous and much-loved classical ballets. ‘Frolics’ takes its inspiration from the well-known Nutcracker story, set to the music of Tchaikovsky, that had its premier in 1892. A little girl finds herself in her room, playing with her toys, which magically come to life.
Teatr Baletu Svetlany Gaidy – the Cracow Centre Ballet - will perform on:-
Tickets £15 and £10, children £5, reservations by email: email@example.com also from from Nina Hollis between hours 9.00-13.00, tel. 0208 992 0202 and from 24 th February at the POSK box office 18.00-20.00, tel 0208 741 0398.
February 24, 2012