English National Ballet

Swan Lake

The timeless classical ballet

12 Jan–22 Jan 2023

The world’s most famous ballet returns to cast its spell in English National Ballet’s stunning production.

Be swept up in the romance of Prince Siegfried and Swan Queen Odette, and the drama of their battle against the evil sorcerer Rothbart. When the stage transforms into an enchanted lakeside, revel in the magnificent sight of ballerinas in white tutus moving in unison: one of classical ballet’s most iconic images.

Beloved for its superb dancing, beautiful sets and Tchaikovsky’s glorious music, played live by English National Ballet Philharmonic, Derek Deane’s Swan Lake is a thrill for the dedicated fan or first-time ballet-goer.

Book your tickets to see Swan Lake ballet on stage at the London Coliseum.

Credits

Choreography by Derek Deane, after Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov
Additional Choreography by Frederick Ashton
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Design by Peter Farmer
Lighting by Howard Harrison

 

“I know of no finer traditional Swan Lake than English National Ballet's”

The Daily Telegraph

“A glorious Swan Lake packed with dynamic storytelling and sublime dancing.”

The Daily Express

“Rich in drama and spectacle”

Financial Times

8 Evening Performances Remaining
5 Daytime Performances Remaining
Running Time
2hrs 50mins

Children under 16: up to 2 half-price tickets with each full paying adult. Please note only children aged 5+ are allowed in the auditorium.

Schools matinee: Thursday 19 January 2pm

Book for English National Ballet’s Nutcracker and Swan Lake at the same time and save 15% (not valid on £95 tickets, or in conjunction with any other offer or concessions)

For more information, please contact the London Coliseum on 020 7845 9300 or box.office@eno.org

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Only children aged 5+ are allowed in the auditorium
Age guidance: 8+ due to duration
Schools matinee: Thursday 19 January 2pm
Book for English National Ballet’s Nutcracker and Swan Lake at the same time and save 15% (not valid on £95 tickets, or in conjunction with any other offer or concessions)