History’s most notorious lover comes to perform in Leeds

PIC: Simon Hulme
PIC: Simon Hulme
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Lock up your daughters – Casanova has come to town.

Running until March 18, Leeds-based Northern Ballet brings the production to the Leeds Grand Theatre ahead of a UK tour.

The production, based in the 18th century, tells the story of history’s most notorious lover, Casanova, who lived every minute in a whirlwind of scandal and excess.

Commissioned by artistic director David Nixon OBE, the show is the first full-length ballet by award-winning choreographer Kenneth Tindall.

For tickets and further information about the show, visit the Northern Ballet website at northernballet.com/casanova