Rambert: A Linha Curva - Sadler's Wells

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Venue Information
Sadler's Wells

Sadler's Wells
Rosebery Avenue
London
Islington, London
EC1R 4TN

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(5mins) Take Upper St towards the City Road crossroads. Continue straight and turn right into Rosebery Avenue, where the theatre is 100m down on the right.

Rambert: A Linha Curva

The Rambert Dance Company knows how to put on a great show, having produced a number of stand-out masterpieces over the years and stood out as the leading force of British dance. So when it announces any new productions in the capital there is likely to be a sizable audience ready to purchase theatre tickets and relish in the spectacle they are likely to unleash. 2010 is no different and during the later parts of the year the company returns to Sadler’s Wells to present three shows during November. For fans of dance in the United Kingdom, it will once again be an unmissable event.

The advertised triple bill is set to feature a series of stand-out shows from the company, the first of which takes the form of “Awakenings” from choreographer Aletta Collins. The second takes the form of “Hush” from Christopher Bruce, whilst the third is “Cardoon Club” from Henrietta Horn.

“Awakenings”, from Aletta Collins, features music from Tobias Picker and is the culmination of work between the latter and Dr Oliver Sacks. He wanted to create a piece of music related to some of Sacks’s work and it eventually blossomed into the dance performance that audiences will be witnessing at Sadler’s Wells. As such, the production does not feature a story, but will still take audiences on a breathtaking journey.

Collins is one of the best known choreographers working in modern dance in the UK, with her work having been seen by audiences all over the country and beyond. This will continue in 2010 when “Awakenings”, with the Rambert Dance Company, tours the nation ahead of its appearance in London.

“Hush”, meanwhile, is also presented by a leading figure in British dance with Christopher Bruce taking up the mantle. The show has already been seen in 2009 and this led to widespread praise and admiration for the production, just like his other work, which includes “Rooster”.

“Caroon Club”, finally, marks Henrietta Horn’s first piece of work with the Rambert Dance Company. She has been a leading German composer since she premiered “Gewege” in 1997.

The Rambert Dance Company presents these shows from Tuesday 9th November 2010 to Saturday 13th November 2010. It appears in a year that also features the likes of Rosas – The Song and Iphigenie Auf Tauris at the London venue.

Show Information
Booking From: Friday, 13th May 2016
Booking Until: Saturday, 14th May 2016
Show Status: production_closed
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