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New Northern Ballet Theatre Chair, David Forbes

New Northern Ballet Theatre Chair, David Forbes, tells about his new role and what he brings to the company.
(Length: Length: 1’43”)

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Northern Ballet Theatre Academy: Excellent!

Participants tell us about their challenges preparing for the Excellent! event…
(Length: Length: 1’38”)

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Northern Ballet Theatre Orchestra Tea Bar

Susan Hall, Northern Ballet Theatre Orchestra sub-leader, took over the Orchestra tea bar a year ago and has used the profits to support a charity helping people in South America. In this podcast she explains more…
(Length: Length: 1’28”)

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Loving Leeds…

In this podcast Northern Ballet Theatre dancers let us know what they love the most about Leeds…
(Length: Length: 1’10”)

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Christopher Hinton-Lewis, Moving On…

In this podcast Christopher Hinton-Lewis talks about leaving Northern Ballet Theatre after 10 years and his dreams for the future…
(Length: Length: 2’12”)

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Touch of Dance at St Peter's Primary School

Pupils from St Peter's Primary School in Leeds are currently enjoying after-school ballet classes with Dance Education Officer, Sophie Alder. Touch of Dance is a 6 week project introducing pupils to ballet through fun and accessible classes which are accompanied by live music. Here you can listen to feedback from the Headteacher and some of the pupils who are taking part.
(Length: Length: 1’00”)

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40th Anniversary Gala

On the day of our 40th Anniversary Gala NBT dancers Kenneth Tindall and Ashley Dixon chat about the night ahead and the Royal Ballet's Edward Watson and Leanne Benjamin talk about how they came to participate in the celebration.
(Length: Length: 2’10”)

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Gillian Lynne: On Such A Night

On Saturday night (12 December, 2009) Northern Ballet Theatre performed the world première of On Such A Night, a short dance created especially for the Company's 40th Anniversary by Gillian Lynne. Best known for her choreography of Cats and Phantom of the Opera, Gillian also created NBT's own signature work A Simple Man. We spoke to her in the rehearsals of On Such A Night about the work itself and why she so loves working with NBT.

11 June, 2009

In our fourth podcast Ian Brown interviews NBT's Artistic Director, David Nixon and Hannah Kirkpatrick of the Northern Ballet Theatre Academy department about the work they do, their ambitions, successes and how people can receive training at all levels. (Length: Length: 4’08”)

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14 May, 2009

Click to listen to the third in our series of NBT podcasts. Gillian Lynne talks about returning to Northern Ballet Theatre for the revival of A Simple Man for the 40th Anniversary. (Length: Length: 8’32”)

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20 April, 2009

momentum: In this podcast Ian Brown talks to dancers and staff at NBT about what the new building means to them. (Length: Length: 3’44”)

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26 February, 2009

Click to listen to the first of a series of new NBT podcasts. In this interview Ian Brown finds out how NBT will be celebrating it's 40th Anniversary.

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Supported by: Arts Council England Supported by: Leeds City Council Supported by: West Yorkshire Grants

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