Throughout lockdown, English National Ballet (ENB) has offered at-home audiences a variety of ballets from its extensive repertoire as part of its ENB At Home programme, as well as a variety of ballet-based classes and fitness activities under the banner BalletActive.
Now, in order to enhance the viewing and participating public's experience, ENB has launched new apps to make its content available across mobile, tablet and TV devices.
By downloading an app, viewers will enjoy greater flexibility to access a range of ENB ballets, such as Kenneth MacMillan's Manon, Akram Khan's reworking of Giselle, and Derek Deane's landmark production of Swan Lake. All these and more are available to rent for a period of 72 hours each, for a token fee of £3.49.
BalletActive, where all classes are led by ENB dancers and staff members, is available by subscription at the cost of £9.99 a month, but it offers a free seven-day trial.
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