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6th December 2012 – 8th December 2012

8.00pm
Price : €20.00 / €16.00 concession

ADDRESS

Civic Theatre, Town Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24

CONTACT

+35314627477
info@civictheatre.ie

WEB

www.civictheatre.ie

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The Nutcraker

Venue: Main Auditorium

Ballet Ireland presents

It's Christmas and at a party in her home, young Clara receives a Nutcracker doll as a Christmas present from her favourite uncle Drosselmeyer. Her brother Fritz breaks it but Drosselmeyer puts it back together again. All too soon it’s time for the guests to depart and Clara and Fritz are put to bed. Unable to sleep with the excitement, Clara goes downstairs to get her Nutcracker doll and falls asleep under the Christmas tree.
 

The stroke of midnight sounds and the magic begins! With all of the time-honoured elements in place, Clara is swept along into a world of mice and soldiers, to the snowflake scene, on to the kingdom of the sweets and the delectable Sugar Plum Fairy. This timeless Christmas classic will enthrall all who see it.
 


 

The Nutcraker

6th December 2012 – 8th December 2012

8.00pm
Price : €20.00 / €16.00 concession

ADDRESS

Civic Theatre, Town Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24

CONTACT

+35314627477
info@civictheatre.ie

WEB

www.civictheatre.ie

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Venue: Main Auditorium

Ballet Ireland presents

It's Christmas and at a party in her home, young Clara receives a Nutcracker doll as a Christmas present from her favourite uncle Drosselmeyer. Her brother Fritz breaks it but Drosselmeyer puts it back together again. All too soon it’s time for the guests to depart and Clara and Fritz are put to bed. Unable to sleep with the excitement, Clara goes downstairs to get her Nutcracker doll and falls asleep under the Christmas tree.
 

The stroke of midnight sounds and the magic begins! With all of the time-honoured elements in place, Clara is swept along into a world of mice and soldiers, to the snowflake scene, on to the kingdom of the sweets and the delectable Sugar Plum Fairy. This timeless Christmas classic will enthrall all who see it.
 


 

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