Groups of ten or more can save money on tickets to see a variety of shows until the end of the year with Sadler’s Wells.

National Ballet of Canada performing Angels' Atlas

Source: © Karolina Kuras

The National Ballet of Canada will be taking to the Sadler’s Wells stage in October 2024.

A Chorus Line will run from 31st July until 25th August, and use real-life testimonies from late-night recording sessions with dancers to tell the story of 17 performers who audition for a new Broadway show. 

Set in 1975 and originally produced by Leicester Curve, A Chorus Line features iconic songs including One, I Hope I Get It, Nothing and the hit ballad What I Did For Love.

In September, London City Ballet’s Resurgence will pay homage to the company’s early beginnings and shine a light on its new legacy. Last seen 30 years ago, London City Ballet’s international company of dancers are touring the world in 2024, presenting acclaimed works including the revival of Kenneth MacMillan’s 1972 one-act ballet Ballade, unseen in Europe for over 50 years.

Internationally celebrated ballerina, Alina Cojocaru, will appear as a guest artist in this greatly anticipated revival, which runs from 11th - 14th September. 

Sadler's Wells Main Auditorium

Source: © Philip Vile

Sadler’s Wells Theatre in Islington hosts a number of performances each year which offer excellent group rates.

The National Ballet of Canada will take to the stage from 2nd - 6th October, performing a range of routines like Angels’ Atlas which unfolds against a morphing wall of light that carries the illusion of depth, or islands which showcases two women joined together with a belt, fusing their bodies together as one. 

The Snowman will make a popular return to Sadler’s Wells’ Peacock Theatre over the Christmas period (23rd November 2024 - 4th January 2025), following the journey of a boy who watches his snowman come to life who embark on a magical adventure across the world together. 

The Snowman, Sadler's Wells

Source: Tristram Kenton

Audiences can see The Snowman at The Peacock Theatre from November to January.

Matthew Bourne’s reinvention of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake caused a sensation when it premiered almost 30 years ago.  It has now become the most successful dance theatre production of all time, creating new audiences and inspiring generations of young dancers. Groups can catch it at Sadler’s Wells Theatre from 3rd December 2024 until 26th January 2025.

For group bookings of ten or more, GTOs can fill out the group bookings form here and one of the ticket sales team will be in touch to answer any questions and complete the booking.

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