Northern Ballet’s ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ to be screened in cinemas across the UK, Europe & North America from 14 September 2021!

Following successful cinema screenings of Dracula and Victoria, Northern Ballet will make a return to cinemas later this year with David Nixon OBE’s acclaimed ballet, Dangerous Liaisons, which will be screened in more than 200 cinemas across the UK, Europe and North America from 14 September 2021.

Northern Ballet are once again partnering with CinemaLive, leading producers and distributors of event cinema, to give audiences the opportunity to see this thrilling production up close on the big screen.

Dangerous Liaisons, inspired by the original novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, tells the tale of two bored aristocrats as they spin a web of heartbreak and ruin.

This dramatic ballet is choreographed by David Nixon OBE and performed to Vivaldi’s rousing composition of The Four Seasons, played by Northern Ballet Sinfonia.

Northern Ballet’s Dangerous Liaisons was captured for film in October 2020 during performances at Leeds Playhouse.

The production was uniquely filmed and edited entirely in-house by members of the Company with direction for film by Artistic Director of Digital Kenneth Tindall and Northern Ballet First Soloist Riku Ito stepping behind-the-scenes as lead camera operator.

Creative Content Producer Emily Nuttall edited the film as part of the Company’s commitment to upskilling its staff and expanding its digital offering.

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