Le Corsaire English National Ballet tickets on sale now for the 2020 London Coliseum run!
The English National Ballet is set to perform the classic ballet piece Le Corsaire in the West End this January and you're not going to want to miss what The Daily Telegraph has described as "hugely enjoyable entertainment." The ENB is the only company in the UK to perform this story ballet, and their lavish production staged by Anna-Marie Holmes is coming straight to the London Coliseum to start the New Year off right! The English National Ballet has been captivating audiences with Le Corsaire all across the globe, including in Tokyo and Paris, and the latest run in London mark's the show's triumphant return after having played a glorious run at the Coliseum back in 2016.
Be sure to book your tickets for Le Corsaire at the West End's London Coliseum early to secure the best seats to this jaw-dropping, eye-popping spectacular!
What to expect with Le Corsaire at the London Coliseum?
Set to a romantic score by the English National Ballet Philharmonic, Le Corsaire is a dazzling production that will take on a treacherous journey to a faraway land where the dashing pirate Conrad and his spunky girlfriend Medora embark on unforgettable adventures. Will they outsmart the villainous schemers and find a happy ending on the high seas?
Theatregoers and ballet fans can expect a stupendous romp filled with exhilarating dancing performed by a wonderful cast alongside dazzling set pieces and costume designs from Hollywood's Bob Ringwood.
This January, head to the London Coliseum for an enthralling dance show that will blow your mind and leave you begging for more long after the curtain falls!
Le Corsaire West End theatre reviews
'A rollicking rom-com… jam-packed with display dancing'
'The best I’ve seen… fabulous designs and shimmering dancing'
'A one-stop antidote to the mid-January blues'
The Daily Telegraph
'A magnificent fantasy world'
The Daily Mail
'Fabulously entertaining… if you’ve never been to a ballet, trust me, this is the place to start'
'A feast of dancing'
The Sunday Times