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Michael Nunn and William Trevitt - former dancers with The Royal Ballet - founded their all-male company Balletboyz in 2000. The company has since won multiple awards and has produced several acclaimed television projects, including The Rough Guide to Choreography (Channel 4), The Royal Ballet in Cuba (More4) and Balletboyz: The Rite of Spring (BBC Three), as well as creating the digital work for Christopher Wheeldon's Electric Counterpoint (The Royal Ballet).
World Premie (Sadlers Wells). BalletBoyz are back with a brand new show, performed by an all-male company of ten amazing dancers who perform to a mesmerizing and evocative original musical score. Featuring two new commissions by internationally acclaimed choreographers Pontus Lidberg and Javier de Frutos, Life takes an elegant, powerful and provocative look at life and death, presented in the inimitable BalletBoyz style.
One of Britain's most unusual and ambitious new circus companies, Joli Vyann was founded in 2012 by Olivia Quayle and Jan Patzke. In the same year it won the National Theatre's Watch This Space and Stockton International Riverside G120 scheme.
Joli Vyann's new show crosses the frontiers of theatre, dance and circus to explore the topical subject of refugees, immigration and journeys. Its powerful stories of emotional upheaval and the fates of people crossing borders, unfold with intense physicality, hand-to-hand acrobatics, bodies flying and falling. There are moments of sadness, courage, friendship and humour, provoking us to think about humanity, tolerance, and the state of being stateless. London Premiere. Running time: 60mins with no interval. Age guidance: 8+
And hand in hand - On the edge of the sand - They danced by the light of the moon... This gorgeous new ballet takes a fresh and humorous look at the famous Edward Lear poem. Once again, Let's All Dance combines fantastic dancing, beautiful costumes and crystal clear story telling to engage and delight young audiences.
Tween faux-reality dance show dancers live on stage.
The Next Step Wild Rhythm Tour (Step 2) brings incredible dances to the stage, infusing contagious energy and unparalleled performances that will leave the audience in awe. Choreographed entirely by series stars Jordan Clark and Trevor Tordjman, the jaw-dropping tricks and emotionally-driven routines showcase the elite talent of eight performers who leave it all on the dance floor. Also returning to the stage to perform alongside The Next Step dancers are Shane Harte and Sarah Carmosino, who star in Family and Temple Street's music series Lost & Found Music Studios. Deshaun Clarke, also from Lost & Found, will reprise his role as host for the stage show, showing off his own musical talent and keeping the entire family on the edge of their seats.
Britain's biggest and most exciting touring dance company who often tour two programmes at a time. Dancing to a mixture of musical styles they provide enormously watchable evenings.
Something wicked this way comes! Rambert celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2016, returning to Bath with a stunning programme of virtuoso dancing and live music, including a new work inspired by Macbeth. Tomorrow is a split-stage experience taking you inside the dark, dangerous world of Shakespeare's hero-turned-villain. Seven eerie ?witches' perform a danse macabre, their sinister, spellbinding movements presented alongside the pivotal moments of the drama. It will make you see the Scottish Play in a whole new light. A giant, revolving mirror hangs over the stage in Hydrargyrum. It offers a different angle to view the dancers as they morph from a powerful-butanonymous group to defiant-but-vulnerable individuals. A third piece looks at the subject of migration. It uses multimedia projections to create an evershifting backdrop as the dancers dramatise the mix of hope and fear that make up the migrant experience of leaving one home to search for another. All three original dance works are packed with powerful images and emotions, making an utterly distinctive and memorable programme from Britain's national dance company.