Queensland Ballet Academy Gala

Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

#The rising stars of dance.

Don’t miss the rising stars of dance in this compelling showcase of talent by Queensland Ballet’s esteemed Academy.

Demonstrating technical finesse and exquisite artistry, the annual Queensland Ballet Academy Gala presents our professionally trained young dancers in this impressive and engaging program.

Audiences will enjoy classical ballet and dynamic neo-classical and contemporary works by internationally renowned choreographers.

Performed by dancers approaching the dawn of their bright careers, this exciting program will be presented at Queensland Ballet’s heritage home, the Thomas Dixon Centre.

Production performed to recorded music. 

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A complimentary printed program is available at the performance. We encourage you to please take one between two. You can also download the program here.

Download cast lists for this performance here

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Queensland Ballet Academy

Queensland Ballet Academy offers professional ballet and dance training, designed to nurture the young dancers of today into the world-class artists of tomorrow.

#Season Ticket Package


Adult $59
Concession¹ $50
30 years & under² $47
Child³ $36


Adult $63
Concession¹ $53
30 years & under² $50
Child³ $38

¹Full Pensioners, QLD Government Seniors Card, Industry (MEAA) Members, Full-time students over 30, Unemployed. National Seniors Card not applicable

²Aged 30 years old and under at the time of booking, ID required

³Aged 13 years old and under at the time of booking – children aged 18 months and over must hold a ticket

Selected ticket delivery methods may incur an additional charge. The minimum price listed may be available for selected performances only. Please see the event calendar when booking for the available date(s) and time(s) of this performance.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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