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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Young Men is a new full-length production from Ballet Boyz, winners of the National Dance Awards for Best Independent Dance Company 2013.
Birmingham Royal Ballet returns with three short works from Artistic Director David Bintley, taking a witty and poignant look at mans effect on the world.
Birmingham Royal Ballet returns with two contrasting evenings: classic ballet The Sleeping Beauty and three short works from Artistic Director David Bintley.
Renowned for producing some of the finest choreographic and dance talent ever seen in the UK, Rambert's unrivalled variety of performances and world class company of dancers continue to delight audiences and critics alike. This autumn, Ashley Page, former Artistic Director Of Scottish Ballet, returns to Rambert with a world premiere. This striking new work is set to music by Aphex Twin and award winning composer Mark Anthony Turnage.
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.
Matthew Bourne's New Adventures company has produced some of most successful dance theatre productions of the last 25 years including Swan Lake, Nutcracker!, Cinderella and last year's sell-out hit Sleeping Beauty. With a cast of New Adventures dancers and remarkable young talent from across the UK, the characters from William Golding's unforgettable novel are brought to life with raw energy, emotional intensity and breathtaking performances.
Matthew Bourne and New Adventures' magical adaptation of Tim Burton's beloved filmic fairytale Edward Scissorhands returns to Sadler's Wells after sell out performances in Europe, America and Australia.
One of the UK's best loved companies, Birmingham Royal Ballet returns with a triple bill featuring three short works on the theme of war.
Pianist, Conductor, Composer, Thomas Ades is one of the UK's most influential contemporary artists. A multi award winner, he remains the only composer to have won the Royal Philharmonic Prize for large scale composition three times. In this epic new Sadler's Wells programme, See The Music, Hear The Dance, Ades conducts his only London appearance in 2014.
Brazil's internationally acclaimed dance company returns to Sadler's Wells for its first performance since 2011. With a history stretching back nearly 40 years, Grupo Corpo's 22 virtuosic dancers combine the precision of classical ballet with the sensuality and passion of Latin dance rhythms. Grupo Corpo translates as Group Body, reflecting the movement style of the dancers, who co-ordinate to fill the stage with unmatched energy and excitement.
Celebrating 20 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.
Akram Khan is one of the most celebrated and respected dance artists today. In just over a decade he has created an imaginative, highly accessiable and relevant body of work including productions such as DESH, Vertical Road, Gnosis and Zero Degrees. The multi award winning Israel Galvan has been at the forefront of contemporary flamenco for twenty years. Galvan is known for his innovative choreography and exquisite dancing technique. With this new artistic exchange, Khan and Galvan have created TOROBAKA , bringing together kathak and flamenco to create something altogether distinct, defying classification or genre.
Sadler's Wells Associate Artist Jasmin Vardimon is a leading force in British Dance Theatre. Enjoying sell-out performances across the UK and internationally, her company's works include Freedom, Justitia, 7734 and Yesterday. She returns this autumn with a new version of her hit show PARK , the first of Vardimon's large scale stage shows.
Cullberg Ballet has performed across the world since its inception in 1967 by the pioneering Swedish choreographer Birgit Cullberg. The company collaborates with a variety of national and international choreographers and performing artists to present contemporary dance in a distinctly Swedish style. As part of the Northen Light season, the company makes its Sadler's debut with the UK premiere of Plateau Effect.
From underground depths to the outer- reaches of the cosmos, Rambert's new show takes you inside a series of unique worlds.
First performed in 2006, Sacred Monsters is the hugely acclaimed collaboration between Sadler's Wells Associate Artists Sylvie Guillem and Akram Khan.
One of the UK's best loved companies, Birmingham Royal Ballet returns with a family favourite from David Bintley.
The world's fourth oldest ballet company, Royal Swedish Ballet perform in London for the first time since 1995 . To celebrate their 240th anniversary, Johannes Ohman, the director of the Royal Swedish Ballet commissioned renowned choreographer Mats Ek to create a full length adaptation of a timeless love story for 32 of the company's dancers. Having created many new interpretations of classics, Ek's Juliet & Romeo attracted much acclaim both in Sweden and internationally. Making its UK premiere this Autumn , Ek brings a quirky twist to this much loved ballet.
Richard Alston Dance Company launches its 20th anniversary celebrations with a programme unique to Sadler's Wells.
Conceived by Aurélien Bory for the extraordinary Japanese dancer Kaori Ito,Plexus is a “jewel of optical theatre” (Le Monde) presented by Sadler’s Wells and London International Mime Festival. Entrapped by five thousand cords, a forest of brilliantly lit strings, a warrior-woman conquers her environment so that she floats, like a black angel, in a sumptuous cage that she can only leave by vanishing completely.