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Rambert: 3 Dancers – Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury

Ballet Rambert The Strange Charm of Mother Nature

Choreographers: Didy Veldman, Mark Baldwin, Kim Brandstrup Reviewer: Scott Matthewman   Pablo Picasso’s 1925 painting The Three Dancers provides the inspiration for Didy Veldman’s work for six dancers, one of three showcased at Aylesbury (Rambert’s current tour features a trio of routines at each venue, selected from seven in the dance company’s current repertoire). The portrait of three figures, hands ...

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The Future – The Lowry, Salford

Choreographers: Anthony Middleton, Pierre Tappon, Carlos Pons Guerra, Simone Damberg Wurtz, Luke Ahmet, Patricia Okenwa and Anthony Lo-Giudice Director: Mark Baldwin Reviewer: Dave Cunningham The Lowry, having justly acquired a reputation for using its Studio facilities to develop new drama talent, now seeks to do the same for dance. Developed in conjunction with Ballet Rambert,The Future comprises seven new pieces ...

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Rambert: Rooster – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Choreography: Shobana Jeyasingh, Barak Marshall &Christopher Bruce Music: Gabriel Prokofiev, Robert Millett &The Rolling Stones Reviewer: Lesley J. Russell This performance in three acts shows the skill and diversity of the company now known as Rambert. Danced bare foot, Terra Incognita gives a real sense of both togetherness and separation, of having and longing, changing like the ebb and flow ...

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