Darebin Arts Centre - Coppelia presented by the School of Melbourne City Ballet
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Coppelia presented by the School of Melbourne City Ballet

School of Melbourne City Ballet presents Coppelia

The School of the Melbourne City Ballet present the comedic ballet Coppelia at the Darebin Arts Centre featuring the artists from the company’s Finishing Year, Elite Artist and Melbourne Institute of Classical Arts Programs.

Coppelia tells the story of a young betrothed couple, Franz and Swanhilda, whose mischievous and fiery relationship finds them in hot water when they encounter Dr Coppelius and his creation, the doll Coppelia.

Come along and support these emerging artists for a great night of classical ballet that is fun for the whole family.

Darebin Arts Centre
Cnr Bell St and St Georges Rd, Preston

TICKETS
Adults $42
Concession $36 (Must hold a valid Student or Health Care Card)
Child $34 (Under 15 years of age)
Group of 6 or more $36 per person
Early Bird Tickets $38 (Available until 31 July)

Transaction fees apply - $3.70 when booking online, $5 when booking over the phone and no charge when booking in person at the box office

Runtime approximately 105 minutes with an interval
Latecomers are admitted to this performance
Strictly no photography throughout this performance

We accept Companion Cards, please call the box office to make a booking, 8470 8280


 

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Date Printed: 20/06/2018
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