£10 off top price tickets to see the Diaghilev Festival
Les Saisons Russes du XXIe Siecle
Thursday 31 March 2011
Russian Ballet stars Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Ilze Liepa, Maria Alexandrova, Mikhail Lobukhin, Irma Nioradze, Ilya Kuznetsov and the Kremlin Ballet Theatre are performing at the London Coliseum from Tuesday 12 until Sunday 17 April 2011, in celebration of the legendary impresario SergeiI Diaghilev.
The Diaghilev Festival, Les Saisons Russes du XXIe Siecle, presents a series of revivals/re-stagings of the original versions of Diaghilev's famous ballets The Blue God, The Firebird, Thamar, Bolero, Scheherazade, L’Apres-Midi D’Un Faune and Le Pavillon d’Armide
For £10 off the top price tickets to the festival, call 0871 472 0600 and quote 'Independent Offer'.
Address: London Coliseum, St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4ES.
Terms and conditions: £10 off top price tickets for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening performances only. Tickets range from £10-£65 (premium seats £70). Offer lasts from Tuesday 12 – Thursday 14 April 2011.
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