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International stars of ballet and dance at Hatch House

PUBLISHED: 12:02 29 June 2015 | UPDATED: 12:02 29 June 2015

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Starring Carlos Acosta - in association with Country Life Magazine

Hatch House BalletHatch House Ballet

Deep in the Wiltshire countryside historic Hatch House becomes the backdrop to a spectacular evening of world class dance performance by internationally acclaimed artists. The event, now in its sixth year, is organised by the Covent Garden Dance Company and the inspiration of founder Matt Brady. This year is the most spectacular yet with the appearance of international and world famous ballet star Carlos Acosta. Matt Brady explains. “We have been talking with Carlos and his management for a few years trying to make schedules work. We are very pleased to have been able to finally bring ballet’s biggest international star of ballet and dance to this glorious location.”

With a majestic canopy across the 17th century Dutch walled garden to ensure protection from the elements, guests can enjoy a champagne reception and a fabulous dinner and then watch a sensational evening of dance all from the comfort of their dining tables.

There will be nine world class performances including several premiering at Hatch House. There will be performances from the principal dancers and artist of the Royal Danish Ballet and Mara Galeazzi, Guest Principal at the Royal Ballet. For anyone who loves dance this is an evening not to miss, it’s a very unique event.

Hatch House 2015 is on 17 and 18 July.

For all booking details: 01749 813313 | mail@coventgardendance.com | www.coventgardendance.com | www.hatch-house.co.uk

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