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By season


Spring 2015
Summer 2015
Autumn 2015

By venue


Belfast Grand Opera House
Birmingham Hippodrome
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
Gala Durham
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
Sadler's Wells, London
Sunderland Empire
The Lowry, Salford
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe

By show


Company Class
First Steps: a child's Swan Lake
North tour spring 2015
Pre-performance talk
South tour spring 2015
Swan Lake
Sylvia
The King Dances / Carmina burana
Variations Triple bill (tour)

Cyrano story guide



ACT I  |  ACT II  |  ACT III




Roxane's garden, a week later
Roxane reads 'Christian's' numerous letters and is transported. Cyrano arrives bearing another, and Roxane praises Christian as a great poet, a statement with which Cyrano is forced to agree! De Guiche arrives and tells Roxane that there is rumour of war and that he will marry her that evening. Roxane begs Cyrano to help her. Cyrano begins another letter but Christian informs him that he no longer needs his help and attempts to woo Roxane alone; however, she is dismayed to find her great poet's lovemaking not of the same calibre as his letters, and she runs inside. Cyrano manages to save the situation and tricks a Capuchin Monk into marrying Christian and Roxane. De Guiche returns but is delayed by Cyrano who, disguised, pretends he has fallen from the moon. The wedding over, Cyrano unmasks and the lovers appear. But their joy is cut short as the drums of war sound.

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