Wuthering Heights – Norwich Cast List, Fri-Sat

October 1, 2009 at 3:38 pm (Casts)

Tobias Batley and Georgina May as Cathy and Heathcliff in Northern Ballet Theatre's Production of Wuthering Heights [Photo: Merlin Hendy]

Tobias Batley and Georgina May as Cathy and Heathcliff in Northern Ballet Theatre's Production of Wuthering Heights (Photo: Merlin Hendy)

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Cast list for Norwich Tue 29 September – Thu 1 October >

Please note: all casts are subject to change without notice.

Fri 2 October

Matinée: 2.30pm

Evening: 7.30pm

Sat 3 October

Matinée: 2.30pm

Evening: 7.30pm

Please note: all casts are subject to change without notice.

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Oh Come All Ye Choristers

October 1, 2009 at 9:59 am (Events) (, , , , )

Northern Ballet Theatre's A Christmas Carol - Photo: Brian Slater

Northern Ballet Theatre's A Christmas Carol - Photo: Brian Slater

Northern Ballet Theatre (NBT) is on the look out for a special primary school choir to launch their Christmas season. The chosen choir will sing live on stage at the Grand Theatre in Leeds before NBT’s opening performance of A Christmas Carol.

Primary schools choirs across Leeds were invited to take part in the competition and to-date 17 schools have entered. All choirs will prepare two carols: How Far is it to Bethlehem and one other of their choice. Five choirs will be chosen for the final heat, to perform in front of judges at NBT’s studios in West Park.

Judges will include NBT Musical Director John Pryce Jones, who will visit the 5 finalist schools and work with them on their entries, and Simon Lindley, Organist of Leeds Parish Church and of Leeds Town Hall. They will be joined in the judging by an NBT dancer and another special guest, yet to be announced.

John Pryce-Jones said: “We’re not necessarily looking for the biggest and loudest choir, but we do want a choir with stage presence. Choirs will be judged on their vocal and musical quality, interpretation of the songs and presentation.”

For further information contact Stephanie Bell, Northern Ballet Theatre, 0113 274 5355, stephanie.bell@northernballettheatre.co.uk

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