Below are the most recent events related to Nicholas Georgiadis:


  • macmillan and georgiadis’ manon premiere – live at the cinemas:

On the 7th of February, MacMillan’s Manon with Nicholas Georgiadis’ designs and costumes was broadcasted live at the cinemas. Manon can be viewed in London Cinemas and throughout the UK during the month of February and is on in Chichester on the 7th of March. Kevin O’Hare, Artistic Director of the Royal Ballet, and former Principal dancer Laura Morera were interviewed during the first interval. Nicholas Georgiadis’s great niece Evgenia Georgiadis-Daniel was interviewed by Darcey Bussell DBE and Petroc Trelawny during the second interval backstage at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. This interview discussed the contribution of Nicholas Georgiadis to ballet with the pretext of the 50th Anniversary of the staging of Manon and his centenary celebrations. 

You can watch the interview of Evgenia Georgiadis-Daniel talking about Nicholas Georgiadis here.



  • gEORGIADIS  Centenary Tribute – Royal opera house covent garden:

On the Centenary year of Nicholas Georgiadis’ birth and the 50th anniversary of the ballet Manon, the great niece of Nicholas Georgiadis discussed his work in a filmed panel together with the wife of Kenneth MacMillan, Deborah MacMillan and the famous ballerina Laura Morera. The interview was conducted by Nathalie Harrison, former ballerina, for the Insights program. The current principal dancers of the Royal Opera House performed extracts from Manon supervised by Laura Morera. Actual costumes of Nicholas Georgiadis appeared in the program together with a slide projection. An exhibition with costumes, photographs and drawings can be viewed by the public concurrently with the staging of the ballet Manon for the 2023/2024 season. The Nicholas Georgiadis book is also on sale at the ROH shop. On February 9th, Manon goes live in the Cinemas.

Watch Evgenia Georgiadis-Daniel, the great niece of Nicholas Georgiadis, talk on video here.





  • rudolf noureev 30th year anniversary exhibition:

From December 2023 to April 2024 the Paris Opera Garnier is celebrating the life of Rudolf Noureev with a superb exhibition of costume and theatre designs by his favourite designers and features numerous works by Nicholas Georgiadis with whom he worked for most of his life. Together they revised the great classics of Marius Petipa such as Raymonda, The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and The Nutcracker. Designs on display also include drawings and actual costumes for Don Quixote, The Tempest and Washington Square. The exhibition was organised by the Paris Opera in collaboration with the BNF, the Rudolf Noureev Foundation and the French Ministry of Culture. Photographs, videos and personal possessions as well as press cuttings and books bring the story of this iconic figure alive as dancer, choreographer and artistic director.





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