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 Post subject: Paris Opera Ballet School Demonstrations.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2006 3:20 am 
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I have just bought tickets for myself and my daughter to see the P.O.B school 'demonstrations' on Dec 17th at 2.30.
Does anyone know how long the performance will last and whether it will be the whole school in one performance or whether they separate the lower school from the upper school (there is another performance in the morning on that day). I read somewhere that it last 6 hours!


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 Post subject: Re: Paris Opera Ballet School Demonstrations.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2006 5:46 am 
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aude wrote:
they separate the lower school from the upper school

That is actually what they do.

With your tickets, you will (normally) see the older ones, and the show lasts actually 3 hours.

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 Post subject: paris opera ballet school
PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2006 5:51 am 
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Many thanks Aurelie, My daughter was hoping to see the lower school, oh well, I'm sure she'll enjoy it. do you know whether they sell any tickets on the day at the theatre that I might buy for the morning performance?


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They do sell tickets just before the performance, but you will have to get up early :lol: !

You have another possibility: go regularly on the opera's website, as they will sell other tickets within the next weeks.

You can also put an announcement on the french board of CriticalDance!

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Thanks again Aurelie, how early will I have to get up do you think :?:


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Actually, I wonder now if it will be possible to buy tickets that very day :oops: ...

Maybe the best thing to do is to call them: 33 1 72 29 35 35

And if it is possible to buy tickets, then you should be there at least one hour before the performance...

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Thanks Aurelie, have posted a message as suggested.


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