17 Jun - 3 Sep 2021 Age guide: everyone 6+

The Unicorn Theatre, English National Ballet and Tea Films Present

Let Loose

A new dance film that celebrates the joy of play.

A new dance film that celebrates the joy of play.

This summer it’s time to join our dancers as they break free in this joyful celebration of play.

Embracing the excitement of freedom and the fun of friendship through movement and music, everyone get ready to Let Loose.

With choreography from Arielle Smith, currently nominated for the Southbank Sky Arts breakthrough award, and directed by Unicorn Theatre associate director Rachel Bagshaw, Let Loose is an exciting new collaboration between Unicorn Theatre and English National Ballet, streamed in partnership with The Guardian.

Let Loose is free to watch on our YouTube channel and the Guardian website until 3 September 2021.

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English National Ballet

English National Ballet brings world class ballet to the widest possible audience through performances across the UK and on eminent international stages including The Bolshoi Theatre and Palais Garnier; its digital platorms Ballet on on Demand and BalletActive; its distinguished orchestra, English National Ballet Philharmonic; and being a UK leader in creative learning and engagement practice.


Precious Adams
Julia Conway
Matei Hadrian
Holeleu Van Le Ngoc
Director Rachel Bagshaw
Choreographer Arielle Smith
Ballet Mistress Mayumi Ganley
Set and Costume Designer Charlotte Espiner
Lighting Designer Sarah Readman
Director of Photography Dan Patrick Hipkin
Cinematographer & Editor Oliver Bury
Production Manager Matt Ledbury
Stage Manager Emma McKie
Wardrobe Supervisor Cristiano Casimiro
Hair and Make-up Heidi Kenny
Lighting Programmer Adam Mottley
Technicians Simon Perkins & Roger Taillefer


Grande Tarentelle, Op. 67, RO 259 Gottschalk, Louis Moreau
Performed by Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, Michael Gurt (piano) and Richard Rosenberg (Conductor)
Licensed by courtesy of Naxos Music UK Limited
Let Loose is streamed in partnership with The Guardian.
Unicorn Online has been made possible with the generous support of the Backstage Trust and Bloomberg Philanthropies.


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