There's the multidisciplinary Invisible Cities, a site-specific work that reimagines how Marco Polo described his travels to Kublai Khan, with Rambert
performing choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui; the premiere of Trajai Harrell's Tennessee Williams-inspired Maggie the Cat: Thank You Very Much, in which Claire Cunningham uses the strange world of Elvis impersonators to explore issues of identity and self-tribute; and the return of Reggie "Regg Roc" Gray, who is joined by New York City- and Manchester-based flexers for Alphabus.
WORLD-FAMOUS contemporary dance company Rambert
has launched Rambert2, a second ensemble chosen from the world's best young dancers, taking the company's reputation for bold, innovative dance and kicking it up a notch.
contemporary dance company, which recently performed on stage at Venue Cymru, will be running an intensive workshop from Monday, October 29 to Wednesday, October 31, for 14 to 18-year-olds.
, which gave its first performance in 1926, has asked the prolific writer if it can turn the hit television drama into a ballet.
, which gave its first performance in 1926 during the era when the series is set, has asked the prolific writer if it can turn Peaky Blinders into a ballet.
BRITAIN'S national dance company Rambert
returns to Nottingham with audience favourite A Linha Curva, in a programme of dance that displays the company's staggering range and abundance of talent at the Theatre Royal from Tuesday, February 27, until Thursday, March 1.
: Ghost Dances and Other Works, Newcastle Theatre Royal, until tonight THE paradox of dance, or perhaps the point of it, is that even when the message is grim the spectacle is compelling and often beautiful.
is the UK's oldest dance company and every year its troupe tour the UK.
It's what I found myself doing for the first of three pieces Rambert
is performing at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle this week.
Which is what I found myself doing for the first of three pieces Rambert
is performing at the Theatre Royal Newcastle this week .
Shaun Miller, 19, from Llanharan, has landed a place at the Rambert
School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance in London.
The Scottish dancer is strutting his stuff with contemporary dance company Rambert
, heading to Glasgow's Theatre Royal with a thrilling line-up of new work and classic pieces.