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Ballet du Bolchoï au Cinéma

21-22 season

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The Bolshoi Ballet is back live from Moscow in cinemas!

The legendary Russian company offers dance lovers the opportunity to experience five of their most iconic shows on the big screen. In November, Spartacus, a sensational ballet composed by Aram Khachaturian, opens this season with a live broadcast from the Bolshoi Theatre's historic stage. In December, Tchaikovsky's holiday classic TheNutcracker will bring out a festive atmosphere in movie theatres. George Balanchine’s sparkling Jewels opens the new year with a live broadcast, followed by the captivating Swan Lake in early March to ravish cinema audiences. Finally, The Pharaoh's Daughter, a monumental show live from Moscow, will bring the program to beautiful close in Pierre Lacotte's production.

Experience the best of classical ballet in cinemas all over the world.

Program / France

This movie is being shown in 65 cinemas in France

Spartacus (Bolchoï) Movie poster

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Spartacus (Bolchoï)

Running time : 2h50

Casse-Noisette (Bolchoï) Movie poster

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Casse-Noisette (Bolchoï)

Running time : 2h15

Joyaux (Bolchoï) Movie poster

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Joyaux (Bolchoï)

Running time : 2h20

Le Lac des Cygnes (Bolchoï) Movie poster

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Le Lac des Cygnes (Bolchoï)

Running time : 2h35

La Fille du Pharaon (Bolchoï) Movie poster

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La Fille du Pharaon (Bolchoï)

Running time : 2h50


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  • Saison complète 5 ballets - 80€ (au lieu de 160€)
  • Forfait 3 ballets au choix - 60€ (au lieu de 96€)


  • Plein Tarif - 32 €
  • Etudiants - 18€
  • Moins de 14 ans - 8€
  • CinéPass - 22€

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