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Lost Illusions – Live from the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow

Live and direct from the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow is Lost Illusions, a new ballet by contemporary choreographic prodigy Alexei Ratmansky. Showing exclusively at Eden Cinemas on Sunday 2nd February at 16:00, the ballet is a stylized adaptation of Honoré de Balzac’s novel that blends thwarted love, ambition and disillusionment.  

With a libretto by French actor and director Guillaume Galliene and sets by French designer Jérôme Kaplan, Lost Illusions is not only French in its literary inspiration but also in its aesthetics, with 19th Century Paris as a backdrop. The ballet tells the story of Lucien, a young provincial and budding composer who sets out to conquer the Parisian scene in search for glory. Blinded by success, he goes on to betray his friends and love, Coralie. 
Intensifying the overall experience of this unique ballet, Eden Cinemas make use of the theatre’s dimmed lighting and amplified sound to create that same ambience, as though watching the performance in London’s Royal Opera House. Showing on a large screen, Lost Illusions is guaranteed to be an incredible performance, with every emotion vividly captured. A definite must see, audiences pay just a fraction of that charged overseas for theatre tickets. 

Tickets for Lost Illusions are being sold at €23 for adults and €10 for individuals under the age of 16. The Student Smart Card and Culture Card may also be used to purchase tickets. Making the evening a night to remember, the audience is offered a complimentary glass of wine, complimentary parking and a 25% discount at Waterbiscuit upon presentation of their ticket. Various season specials and discounts are also being offered from the box office, including a 15% discount with the purchase of six performances.  Special discounts for school bookings are also being offered. 

This event is sponsored by 35 South and Waterbiscuit 

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