Boys Day

Find your ballet tribe! This boys-only event brings young male dancers together to take class from one of our artists (some of whom started out in Boys Day themselves). There’ll be male-specific coaching, the chance to ask questions and ringside seats at company class. Inspiration guaranteed!

Please note, these classes are for boys aged 9 – 14 with a foundation in ballet and are not designed for beginners.

Boys Day is a chance for me to give back to a program that inspired me when I was younger

Joseph Chapman, Coryphee


$29 per student


3 hours

Suitable for

Male dancers aged 9 – 14

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  • Venues and Dates

    • 2020 Brisbane

      Queensland Performing Arts Centre
      Grey St & Melbourne Street, South Brisbane 

      Day Date Time Venue
      Saturday 29 February 10am Main Rehearsal Room
  • Important Information

    Here's some important information you need to know before attending Boys Day:

    Meeting point

    • The meeting point for Boys Day is Stage Door at the venue
    • Please complete the relevant information on the Participant Information Form and bring it along with your ticket.

    What to wear

    • Non-restrictive tights or leggings
    • T-shirt, leotard or sports top
    • Ballet shoes or socks

    Limited change room facilities are available 10 minutes before your class commences

    What to bring

    • A bottle of water and a towel
    • It’s recommended that you don’t eat in the 90 minutes before class and are well hydrated

    Class etiquette

    • Arrive at least five minutes before class, as there is no late admittance
    • Please turn off phones and mobile devices
    • Listen carefully to the teacher’s instructions


    If you have questions about this event, please phone The Australian Ballet customer experience team on 1300 369 741.


    Disclaimer: Ballet classes can involve risk of personal injury. While The Australian Ballet takes all reasonable care in the conduct of its classes, it accepts no responsibility for injury or loss caused during classes or whilst participants are at or near the class venue. You are responsible for ensuring that you are physically and mentally fit for the class and during the class you must at all times take care of your own personal safety.