Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Experience Ballet on Ice on Ambergris Caye!


For the very first time, Belizeans will be treated to a never-before-seen performance by the Russian Ballet on Ice. The world class ice skating show is scheduled to take place in both Belize City and San Pedro Town, and even though Belize does not have a skating rink, the show will be possible through the use of an Ice Equipment Complex (IPC). Everyone is invited to attend the once-in-a-life time show and experience a magical night.Russian Ballet on Ice (1)
The IPC is a portable artificial ice skating rink that can be installed on any solid surface and provides the similar conditions of a natural rink. The performances will be taking place on Saturday, July 30th at 8PM and Sunday, July 31st at 4PM at the Bliss Centre for Performing Arts in Belize City and on Wednesday, August 3rd at 7:30PM at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium in San Pedro Town. For an admission fee of $65 per adult, $75 reserved and $35 for children (2 to 12 years), you can attend the show, which will feature performances such as “Swan Lake” and “Cinderella on Ice”.Russian Ballet on Ice (2)
The duo performance will be presented by 1988 Olympic Champions, 1984 Olympic silver medalists, four-time World champions, three-time World silver medalists, and five-time European champions Natalya Bestemyanova and Andrey Bukin. Also performing is Igo Borbin, a former competitive figure skater from Russia who won the European championship in 1981 and was the bronze medalist at the 1981 World Figure Skating Championship, as well as a four-time Soviet national Champion.Russian Ballet on Ice (1)
“This is truly unique,” said Karen Vernon of the Institute of Creative Arts. “Even if you’re not an ice dancing fan, you can’t miss the opportunity to take in such a unique production.”
Tickets can be purchased at Island Gear Boutique on Pescador Drive or contact 226-4327 or 626-5304.

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