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World Premiere. How do we remember in the digital age? In this visually arresting new work, Sadler's Wells New Wave Associate Alexander Whitley and digital artist Memo Akten join forces at the cutting edge of dance and motion-responsive technology in this new production presented in partnership with Platform Theatre at Central Saint Martins. Opening up questions about learning and memory in relation to artificial intelligence, Pattern Recognition furthers a line of enquiry drawing on Whitley's interests in philosophy, technology and design which seeks to redefine the boundaries between dance and other art forms. A former Choreographic Affiliate of The Royal Ballet and recently commissioned by Rambert, BalletBoyz and Birmingham Royal Ballet, Whitley has developed a rapidly-growing reputation for ambitious and intricately-crafted work.
Basically, a fella with gaffer tape over his mouth doesn't bode well for an evening of comedy. But this exciting one-man show from New Zealand is attracting attention across the globe. Strikingly original and an absolute delight to watch, this is one of the most innovative and downright hilarious shows for years. There's no 'walking into the wind' or 'stuck in a glass box' here, but somehow, Sam Wills manages to get loads of laughs from his comic skill alone. Unique!
Fresh from sell-out shows all over the world, join TAPE FACE as he conjures uproarious & moving tableaux using only the most everyday of objects and the most popular of songs. Visually stunning, heart-stopping, and hilarious - you'll laugh, you'll cry, and when it's all over you'll be completely lost for words.
Hal's comedy is simultaneously warm and catty, straight and camp, it's a lovely mix that has made him a regular guest on John Bishops's Only Joking (Sky1) and led to not one, but two sitcoms being produced in 2013.
Host of Live At The Apollo and star of Radio 4, the great Hal is back ranting about the real evils of the modern world - over sharing on social media and the 5:2 diet. The more he complains the funnier he gets.
Phoenix Dance Company are one of the leading exponents of contemporary dance.
In a fitting commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, his timeless themes of desire, duplicity and unrequited love are brought to life in Kate Flatt's brand new work Undivided Loves. Fusing sound, words and dance, Shakespeare's most intimate, mysterious and radical sonnets are reimagined to Brazilian percussionist Adriano Adewale's vibrant and percussive score. In contrast, world-famous Dutch/Israeli choreographer Itzik Galili will rework his piece, Until.With/Out.Enough, which explores the concept of the enclosed space that exists within our minds, as part of a co-commission with The Royal Ballet and Phoenix Dance Theatre.