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Cinderella at the Royal Albert Hall

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Win a pair of tickets to see the English National Ballet perform Cinderella at the Royal Albert Hall

Enter our competition to win a pair of tickets, or click 'Buy Tickets' to make sure you have your seat!
Competition Closing Date: May 20, 5pm BST

Published on April 30, 2019
Buy Tickets (June 6 to 16, 2019)

Christopher Wheeldon (Tony award-winning choreographer and director for An American in Paris) restages his sparkling production of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale in-the-round for the Royal Albert Hall this summer. This truly spectacular ballet will be brought to life with over 90 English National Ballet dancers, a live orchestra and plenty of surprises.

For your chance to experience this enchanting kingdom with a friend, simply send your answer to the below question along with your name, email address and contact number to competitions@theamerican.co.uk with CINDERELLA in the subject line.

Question: Which orchestra will accompany the English National Ballet dancers on stage for Cinderella?

A) English National Ballet Philharmonic
B) London Symphony Orchestra
C) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Terms & Conditions
Deadline for entries is 5pm (BST) on Monday 20 May. One winner will be drawn to receive two tickets to the Friday 7 June, 2.00pm performance of Cinderella.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over.
This is a strictly limited offer available via The American.
No cash alternative. Travel & expenses not included. The editor’s decision is final. The American accepts no liability.

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