Peninsula Hot Springs hosts Victorian State Ballet for the first time with a performance of ‘Cinderella’

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Peninsula Hot Springs hosts Victorian State Ballet for the first time with a performance of ‘Cinderella’

Peninsula Hot Springs to introduce first ever “Bathe and Ballet” this April, a unique live event featuring the Victorian State Ballet performing ‘Cinderella’

The beloved ballet classic ‘Cinderella’ will be appearing live on the Peninsula Hot Springs open-air Bath  House Amphitheatre stage this April 27 for the venue’s premier staging of a ballet production. 

In a unique experience, concertgoers will have the opportunity to watch this timeless performance while soaking in the stunning geothermal mineral pools, relaxing on the terraces or luxuriating on lounge chairs dotted throughout the Amphitheatre. 

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As the sun sets, guests can expect to see the stage illuminated  with exquisite classical ballet technique and choreography  brimming with breathtaking skill and grace — including solos and  pas de deuxs from the leading couple. 

This first-of-its-kind special event follows a plethora of successful  performances and installations that have combined art and  bathing at Peninsula Hot Springs over the past few years. 

“Peninsula Hot Springs has always been about bringing people  together through geothermal bathing and through celebrations  of art and culture,” said Peninsula Hot Springs Group Chairman and Co-founder, Charles Davidson. “We are thrilled to be able to  offer this sensational and totally unique event.” 

The classic, whimsical fairytale will be performed by artists from  across Australia and around the world, with the Victorian State  Ballet’s leading ballerina in the title role and their leading male  appearing opposite as her prince. 

“Our version of ‘Cinderella’ endeavours to immerse the audience  right in amidst the fairytale classic in a profound experience that  is exhilarating, impacting and visually inspiring. We expect this  unique performance to be extremely popular with high demand  for tickets to watch Cinderella at the iconic Peninsula Hot Springs,” said Michelle Sierra, Managing Director Victorian State  Ballet. 

Tickets are available for $100 (including Bath House bathing) and can be found here