GISELLE is a haunting story of innocence and betrayal – a timeless tale about the redemptive power of love. Following five-star reviews in 2024, Mary Skeaping’s enthralling production returns to the London Coliseum for one week only.

From the sunny optimism of GISELLE‘s idyllic village life to a moonlit world of mystery and menace, this atmospheric production features some of ballet’s most dramatic scenes and otherworldly images.

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What is Giselle about?

A young peasant girl, Giselle, is in love with Albrecht, a Duke who hides his title and his engagement to another. When Giselle discovers he has deceived her, she is driven to madness, and dies of a broken heart. Late at night, the Wilis gather by her grave, ready to welcome her into their fold as the vengeful spirits of betrayed brides, who force men to dance to their death. Will Giselle’s love protect Albrecht from his fate?

Ticket information 

Tickets available for performances from.

Running Time 

2 hours 15 minutes (incl. interval).

Cast & Creatives


Please note: Only children aged 5+ are allowed in the auditorium.

Schools performances: Friday 17 January 2.30pm. Please note these performances will welcome school groups.

Booking Period

15 Jan - 18 Jan 2025

Weekly Performances

Wednesday 7:30PM
Thursday 7:30PM
Friday 2:30PM, 7:30PM
Saturday 2:30PM, 7:30PM

For group bookings of 10 or more:
Submit a request online

Or call 020 7206 1176

Venue Information

London Coliseum

St Martin's Ln, Charing Cross, London WC2N 4ES

Get Directions

Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Leicester Square or Charing Cross


3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 24, 29, 38, 88, 91, 94, 139, 159, 176, 453

Nearest Car Parks

Trafalgar Square, Whitcomb Street and Bedfordbury.


The Times

'Adolphe Adam’s lush score, performed live by English National Ballet Philharmonic, sets the scene for a “dramatic and heartbreaking” performance.'

The Arts Desk

'Packed with lively detail and terrific suspense'

The Times

'Dramatic and heartbreaking'

The Daily Telegraph

'Bewitching... makes the 21st century fall beautifully and blissfully away'