Rambert Dance Company Tickets
Rambert Dance Company: Seven for a secret, never to be told
Artistic Director Mark Baldwin has attracted some of the very best international choreographers, composers and designers to Rambert since taking the helm in 2002. Following the successes of Constant Speed, Eternal Light and The Comedy of Change, Baldwin presents his brand new work, Seven for a secret, never to be told; a magical and playful piece set to beautiful music based on Ravel’s opera L'enfant et les sortileges, adapted by Stephen McNeff with designs by Michael Howells.
An inventive and groundbreaking choreographer, Javier De Frutos returns to create a world premiere inspired by the life and work of Tennessee Williams. Set to music from A Streetcar Named Desire, this new work is De Frutos at his very best.
Concluding the bill is Merce Cunningham’s spellbinding RainForest, a work praised for its “childlike gentleness” (New York Times) performed to David Tudor’s evocative score.
All three works will be played live by the Rambert Orchestra.
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Age restrictionUnder 5s will not be admitted.
Running time2 hrs 15 mins inc 2 intervals
Performance datesTuesday 15th – Saturday 19th November 2011
Matinees are a shorter programme:
Mark Baldwin's Seven for a secret, never to be told, Merce Cunningham's RainForest
Age suitability: no under 5's
Latecomers will be admitted at the interval