This year's Nutcracker show has been cancelled in light of the coronavirus pandemic. However, you can still enjoy socially-distanced performances of the show's highlights with Nutcracker Delights, which begins its run on 3 December.
Lose yourself in the English National Ballet’s enchanting festive performance of the Nutcracker ballet at the London Coliseum.
What is the Nutcracker about?
This festive show follows Clara and her Nutcracker doll on a magical Christmas Eve adventure, as they encounter the Mouse King and travel by hot air balloon across London to the frosty Land of Snow.
Featuring more than 100 mesmerising dancers and world-class musicians from the English National Ballet, as well as stunning sets and Tchaikovsky’s famous score, this dazzling ballet has delighted audiences at Christmas since 1950.
Where is the Nutcracker being performed?
How long is the Nutcracker ballet?
This ballet show runs for approximately two hours, including an interval.
What age is the Nutcracker suitable for?
The show is recommended for children aged five years and above. All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
On selected dates, you'll usually find a family matinee performance, where there is no age restriction and small children are welcome to attend.
How can I get tickets to the Nutcracker?
You can usually book tickets online.
This year's run of the Nutcracker has been cancelled.
|Child Ticket||£7.50 to £47.50 per ticket|
|Adult Ticket||£15.00 to £95.00 per ticket|