In 2011, Rambert Dance Company celebrates 85 years at the heart of British dance, and returns to the Theatre Royal Plymouth with a thrilling new programme.
Don’t miss Artistic Director Mark Baldwin’s magical and playful Seven for a secret, never to be told, inspired by the music of Ravel; plus the breathtakingly athletic Monolith (choreographed by Tim Rushton) and the sensational, samba-inspired A Linha Curva, (choreographed by Itzik Galili), wowing audiences wherever it is performed.
No two performances from Rambert are ever the same, with a constantly changing repertoire and 22 of the world’s finest and most versatile dancers. All three works feature music played live by the Rambert Orchestra, adding a thrilling new dimension to each performance.
Post show talk: Wednesday 30th November, Theatre Royal, immediately after the performance.
Access Performance: WED 30 NOV Signed: 7.30pm (Angie Newman)