Sadler's Wells Box Office
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Address: Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN
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.
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Scottish Ballet is one of Sadler's Wells' mosr popualr visiting companies. Its repertoire includes new versions of the classics, seminal works from the 20th century modern ballet canon, signature pieces by current choreographers and new commissions. Returning in Spring 2015, they present their take on one of Tennessee Williams' most famous plays, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Deeply rooted in Argentinean culture, tango has fascinated and captivated the world with its sexuality, power and beauty.
The Flamenco Gala is back for another year, the Flamenco Gala has been a hugely popular event not just within the Flamenco Festival but in the wider flamenco diary. This years Gala features some of the most exciting figures on the flamenco scene.
Celebrating 21 years of democracy in South Africa, INALA presents choral legends Ladysmith Black Mambazo, in an artistic collaboration with multi award winning choreographer Mark Baldwin and world class dancers including talent from the Royal Ballet and Rambert. An ambitious new production, INALA embraces an exhilarating fusion of South Africa and Western Cultures live on stage.
With this unique artistic exchange, Khan and Galvan made TOROBAKA by bringing together kathak and flamenco to create something new , distinctive and defying classification or genre.
Eva Yerbabuena, a theatrical performer, Eva Yerbabuena is a Flamenco Festival favourite.
Arcangel is one the leading lights of a new generation of flamenco vocalists known for his creative renditions of the classical "Cante Jondo" repertoire, critically acclaimed as the heir of the late and great Enrique Morente.
Ballet Flamenco de Andalucia. The most important representative of flamenco art in Spain, returns under the direction of Rafaela Carrasco. Images: 20 years commemorates the 20th anniversary of the company, revisting five of the most celebrated choreographies of its repertoire.
Famed guitar master Gerardo Nunez is known for his amazing speed and cross- cultural collaborations.
Philippe Decoufle is a creator of dreamlike performances, who finds inspiration in both high and popular culture and who challenges expectations with the use of the burlesque and thebizarre. With Contact, he creates a musical and visual comedy, a tale of out human - and sometimes superhuman - passions.
Cutting edge contemporary choreographer Wayne McGregor has now been leading this company through a radical trajectory of work for 20 years. A Resident Company of Sadler's Wells, Wayne McGregor- Random Dance has won accolades and wards around the world. McGregors latest full length work Atomos returns to Sadler's Wells, having enjoyed a rapturous reception at its World Premiere in 2013. Atomising bodies, movement, film, sound and light into miniature shards of intense sensation, Atomos is performed by ten incredible dancers in McGregor's unique style- sculptural, rigorous, jarring and hauntingly beautiful.
Matthew Bourne's internationally acclaimed award winning dance thriller is back. The Car Man is loosely based on the Bizet Opera and has one of the most thrilling and instantly recognisable scores in New Adventures repertoire.
Modern Masters honours the work of three of the most influential choreographers of the 20th Century: Jiri Kylian, John Neumeirer and William Forsythe. Bold and galvanising, their choreographies are full of invention, energy, driven by music.
Ballet Nacional de Espana is undergoing a creative revival under the direction of the contemporary creator Antonio Najarro.
The amazing debut of Wim Vandekeybus and Ultima Vez in 1987 stunned the world of dance at the time. Vandekeybus and composers Thierry de Mey and Peter Vermeersch received the prestigious Bessie Award in New York for this “brutal confrontation of dance and music: the dangerous, combative landscape of What the Body Does Not Remember.” 28 years later and with a new cast and live music by contemporary ensemble Ictus, the show still stands as one of the most exciting pieces of dance ever made and is once again on an unmissable world tour.
Northern Ballet returns to Sadler's Wells with The Great Gatsby, a full length ballet for 2015, after achieving great success with Cleopatra in 2011.
Sadler's Wells Associate Artists represent some of the most dynamic and exciting talent working in contemporary dance today. For this very special programme, three of the associates present new and critically acclaimed work.
Tanzheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, Auf Dem Gebirge Hat Man Ein Geschrei Gehort (On The Mountain A Cry Was Heard) Beginning her work as a choreographer in 1968, Pina Bausch is the inventor of tanztheater as it is known today. During 40 years as Artistic Director of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, she nurtured an ensemble of vivid imagination and grand scale. Since her untimely death in 2009, the company has continued to tour her 46 choreographic works around the world.
Nomada is the fourth creation from the multi award- winning performer Linan as choreographer, bringing together a cast of six dancers, three singers and two guitarists.
Tanzheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, Ahnen Beginning her work as a choreographer in 1968, Pina Bausch is the inventor of tanztheater as it is known today. During 40 years as Artistic Director of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, she nurtured an ensemble of vivid imagination and grand scale. Since her untimely death in 2009, the company has continued to tour her 46 choreographic works around the world.
Aracaladanza- Constelaciones, inspired by Joan Miro's universe. If a writer had to write with his eyes and a painter had to paint with his ears, how would a choreographer have to choreograph? We have never managed to find an answer but we are convinced that a smile can help us in the impossible dream of capturing the universe. Aracaldanza have been irresistibly drawn to a painter: Joan Miro has entered our dreams; he has tinted our imagination with an explosion of colour, guiding us through a long journey. The result is Constelaciones.
Inspired by the grand gestures of the rakish "sapeurs"- the dandies of Kinshasa, Coup Fatal features Congolese counter-tenor Serge Kakudi, with an orchestra of 12 musicians from Kinshasa- engaging with the repertoire of various baroque composers. This new musical imtegrates baroque phrases with traditional and popular Congolese music, rock and jazz.
What happens when two choreographers, famed for directing large groups of performers, rejoice in their love for their own dancing? In a repertoire of over 40 works, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker - an icon of contemporary dance - has never composed a duet in which she would dancer herself. In Partitia 2, a collaboration between herself and French choreographr and dancer Boris Charmatz, De Keersmaeker departs from her usual meticulous construction of dance, embracing the improvisatory instincts and whimsical flair of Charmatz.