Come and experience a touch tour and the audio described performance of this darkly delectable dance work

Touch Tour & Audio Described Performance Sun 15 Mar 5.00pm
Touch Tour 3.30pm
Audio Described Performance
$20 each for individual and one companion
*Subject to availability – limited number of access tickets available

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who in this land is the fairest of  all?

Ballet Preljocaj’s bewitching transformation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale is a boldly seductive global hit. Its fresh and sexy take on the timeless conflict between young Snow White and her jealous stepmother, the Queen, is both strikingly sensual and blazingly contemporary – and courtesy of costumes by the legendary fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier, an incredible visual spectacle, too.

Masterminded by acclaimed French choreographer Angelin Preljocaj, this ravishing concoction of dance, design and wearable art has reawakened the classic story’s themes of beauty and envy for a new age. Combined with towering sets and the monumental symphonies of Gustav Mahler, Snow White is dance on a truly visionary scale.

We recommend this show for 12 years and above
Contains partial nudity

Watch the trailer here 

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"Utterly beguiling... Preljocaj’s choreographic imagination steals you over." The Guardian

"Preljocaj’s choreography took my breath away." The Washington Post

"Snow White is spectacular… [It] will change the way you view this classic fairy tale." Australian Stage

"Deliciously dark… modern and gripping, Ballet Preljocaj’s Snow White is a must-see production." Limelight



Choreographer Angelin Preljocaj
Music Gustav Mahler
Jean Paul Gaultier
Set Design  Thierry Leproust

Yang Wang (hero image)
Jean-Claude Carbonne

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★★★★ Utterly beguiling

The Guardian