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Northern Ballet — 1984 at Sadler’s Wells from 24th to 28th May 2016

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After the sell-out success of The Great Gatsby, Northern Ballet returns with a brand new full-length ballet based on the novel by George Orwell and created by Guest Choreographer and former Royal Ballet dancer Jonathan Watkins.

The story centres around Winston Smith who lives in a world of absolute conformity, his every action scrutinised by Big Brother. However, when Winston meets Julia, he dares to rebel by falling in love.

The production has a  brand new score from Tony-nominated composer Alex Baranowski and will be played live by Northern Ballet Sinfonia. This is an opportunity to  see this classic story reimagined for a modern dance audience.

If you would like further information or buy tickets, visit the Sadler’s Wells website here

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