On April 27th, the world-renowned Peninsula Hot Springs will host an arts and culture event like no other. Bathe and Ballet is a unique live performance of ‘Cinderella’ by the Victorian State Ballet where concertgoers are able to enjoy the performance from the comfort of their own geothermal mineral pool or one of many relaxing lounge chairs around the Amphitheatre.
This first-of-its-kind performance follows a long list of successful installations and performances that have combined bathing, culture and art at Peninsula Hot Springs.
“Peninsula Hot Springs has always been about bringing people together through geothermal bathing and through celebrations of art and culture,” said Peninsula Hot Springs Group Chairman and Co-founder, Charles Davidson. “We are thrilled to be able to offer this sensational and totally unique event.”
One of the world’s most well-known ballets, ‘Cinderella’ will be performed by artists both international and local, with the leading roles played by the female and male leads from the Victorian State Ballet.
“This version of the classic fairytale endeavours to immerse the audience right in amidst the fairytale classic in a profound experience that is exhilarating, impacting and visually inspiring. We expect this unique performance to be extremely popular with high demand for tickets to watch Cinderella at the iconic Peninsula Hot Springs,” said Michelle Sierra, Managing Director of the Victorian State Ballet.
Grab your tickets for $100, which includes the performance and bath house bathing. Elevate your experience by adding on the Ambient Lounge Experience for an additional $35. This includes a meet-and-greet with the performers, as well as refreshments enjoyed at the exclusive lounge area.
The event starts at 5:30pm on the 27th of April. Peninsula Hot Springs is located on the Mornington Peninsula at 140 Springs Lane, Fingal, Victoria.
By Sarah Panther