You don't have to like ballet to appreciate the upcoming new dance programme by Scottish Ballet - you just have to like Radiohead. Or 1930s movie star glamour. Or film techniques interpreted into dance. If you like any or all of these things, then shuffle down to Queen Elizabeth Hall on South Bank ASAP to get your tickets for a triple bill of jaw-dropping contemporary ballet.
Running 4-5 October only, this is your chance to see the company in three strikingly different pieces. Ride the Beast is American choreographer Stephen Petronio's piece set to five tracks by Radiohead. For MG: The Movie is choreographer Trisha's Brown exploration of a film maker's ability to move actors in and out of frame. And last but certainly not least, Ashley Page premieres Pennies From Heaven which promises playful dance to popular 1930s songs and a lot of vintage glamour. Get booking... now!
Scottish Ballet Autumn Season at Queen Elizabeth Hall, 4-5 October. For more information and to book, go to the Scottish Ballet website.