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    Rambert - A Linha Curva and other works Tickets

    Rambert dance company present a thrilling trio of celebrated and experimental work at Sadler’s Wells this autumn. Itzik Galili’s A Linha Curva along with work from rising star Ben Duke and Andonis Foniadakis make up the dazzling evening programme, playing a limited run from this November.

    Rambert dance company return to Sadler’s Wells with a dazzling collection of scintillating new work. Itzik Galili’s A Linha Curva makes its explosive UK debut alongside two bold pieces from rising star Ben Duke and director of Greek National Opera Ballet Andonis Foniadakis. This alluring evening of work from the Rambert catalogue plays for a limited run from this November.

    Itzik Galili’s A Linha Curva is Rambert’s party piece, features twenty eight performers, a massed bank of percussion, all framed with an astounding light show. This brash and sexy performances takes its audience on a full-throttle carnival ride of mesmerising samba-fuelled dance.

    A Linha Curva received a nomination for the Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production, and was instrumental in assisting Rambert win the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance for its programme of new works.

    Ben Duke bring to the stage a beautiful fusion of dance and song, inspired by and scored to the music of Nina Simone. The Artistic Director and co-founder of dance company Lost Dog, Duke’s most recent work Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) won the National Dance Award for Outstanding Male Performance and was also nominated for both a Total Theatre and a South Bank Sky Arts award.

    Andonis Foniadakis collaborates with composer Ilan Eshkeri in a stunning, ephemeral performance celebrating the Rambert dancers’ virtuosity. Eshkeri is a neo-classical composer known for his concert music, film scores, and artistic collaborations.

    This exhilarating trio of diverse and imaginative works plays a limited run at Sadler’s Wells Theatre from the 21st to 25th November 2017.

    Performance dates:
    25 Nov 2017 - 25 Nov 2017
    Running time:
    2 hours
    Sadler's Wells (See map)
    Age recommendation:
    Audience Notes:
    Dance aficionados should flock to this stunning showcase of contemporary and experimental work from one of the oldest and most prestigious dance companies in the world.

    Best Seats

    SeatPlan Recommends: For a more intimate experience of these diverse pieces the centre of the Stalls is the ideal place to sit.

    Latest Audience Reviews

    The dancing was incredible and I loved watching the works live and on stage!

    scarlettfoley 26 Oct 2018

    Darbar Festival

    salinas 12 Nov 2017
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