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31 May 2019, 17:04
Prokofiev's woodland fairytale, but taken to the backstreets.
Birmingham Royal Ballet dancers have swapped the stage for graffitied alleyways, and tutus for hoodies – and we're living for it.
Choreographer Ruth Brill has created a new, urban take on Sergei Prokofiev’s symphonic fairytale 'Peter and the Wolf', featured as part of an upcoming triple-bill '[Un]leashed'. We reckon it looks ridiculously cool.
It will be performed alongside two other ballets, Jessica Lang’s 'Lyric Pieces' and 'Sense of Time', with a score by Gabriel Prokofiev, the grandson of Sergei.
And if you're in the mood for more downtown dance, check out this from Hong Kong Ballet: