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The Royal Moscow Ballet

4 & 5 March 2017, Theatre of Marcellus A Tribute to the Great Russian Composers Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Borodin

Tickets from only R200

Show times:
Saturday at 15h00 and 20h00
Sunday at 15h00

The premiere performance of the Royal Moscow Ballet took place on the 12 August 2002. The company consists of graduates of the best Russian choreography schools. Royal Moscow Ballet has toured successfully around the globe: Italy , Spain, Portugal, Greece, France, Austria, Sweden, the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Germany, Finland, India, Switzerland, China, Israel, Japan, Mexico. Since its foundation the company has given more than 983 performances. Royal Moscow Ballet will be returning to South Africa in March 2017 with a brilliant program: "Tribute to Great Russia Composer Sergei Rachmaninov, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Aleksander Borodin"

And now, for the first time, the Children Russian Academy of South Africa will be performing alongside the Russian stars. 

10% discount to all Winners Circle Members
Limited to 4 tickets per card holder
Please call Box office  - 011 928 1213 to book

Dinner and show packages from R400.00 per person 
Dinner is served at Platia, Tribes, Ocean Basket, Col Cacchio's or Rosetta's
To confirm your dinner reservation and to see menu choices, please call 011 928 1297 / 1213

Dinner, show, stay and play packages available:
Packages include:

  • 2 show tickets
  • Dinner for 2 at Paltia, Tribes, Ocean Basket, Col Cacchio's or Rosetta's 
  • Hotel stay and breakfast for 2 people sharing 
  • Gaming voucher to the value of R100 per couple, T&C's apply

Peermont Metcourt from R1 925.00 per package
Mondior from R2 290.00 per package 

Please note that the stay packages are valid for Saturday only 

To book these packages please call 011 928 1297 / 1213


Sergei Rachmaninov Vocalise 
One Act Ballet


Pyotr Tchaikovski 
Scenes from Ballets 
"Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty
and The Nutcracker" 


ACT Three
Aleksander Borodin
The Polovtsian dance from
the opera"The Prince Igor"

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