Vic-Wells Ballet

Vic-Wells Ballet:

see Royal BalletRoyal Ballet,
the principal British ballet company, based at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London. It is noted for lavish dramatic productions, a superbly disciplined corps de ballet, and brilliant performances from its principals.
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In 1931, she was recruited by the newly-created Vic-Wells Ballet at Sadlers Wells theatre.
In 1931, she was recruited by the newly created Vic-Wells Ballet at Sadlers Wells theatre.
Ballrooms & Ballerinas: Dance at the BBC Four, 8pm From the very early days, dance was at the heart of the BBC's TV schedules, with the Ballets Russes, Ballet Rambert and Vic-Wells Ballet performing their reportoires at Alexandra Palace in north London.
Born in Slinfold in Sussex, he joined Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes in 1921, was a principal from 1924 and joined the Vic-Wells Ballet in the 1930s, also as a principal.
Which dancer and choreographer founded and Carl Bernstein, the journalists who the Vic-Wells Ballet Company in 1931?
It was a dancing career that began in 1934 as a snowflake in the Vic-Wells Ballet's production of The Nutcracker and ended (and I was present at her very last appearance) in 1986 in Miami, Florida, with the Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet, walking with consummate grace as the queen in the The Sleeping Beauty--an incredible full circle taking in more than a half century.
Which dancer and choreographer founded the Vic-Wells Ballet Company in 1931?
After a stint in 1928 as a dancer with the Ida Rubinstein company, where he came under the influence of Bronislava Nijinska, he returned to London to play a leading role in the foundation of British ballet, first at Rambert's Ballet Club and later with Ninette de Valois' Vic-Wells Ballet.
Thus on February 2, 1939, at the Sadler's Wells Theater, De Valois's company, then known as the Vic-Wells Ballet, presented The Sleeping Beauty for the first time.
The history of the BRB stretches back to 1931 when Ninette de Valois founded a company at Sadler's Wells Theatre, known as the Vic-Wells Ballet.
De Valois provided Baylis with dancers for the operas and the plays, and finally, in 1931, formed the Vic-Wells Ballet, while her school morphed into the Vic-Wells Ballet School.