San Francisco Ballet: Programme A
Booking from 14 Sep 2012 to 23 Sep 2012
San Francisco Ballet: Programme B
Booking from 15 Sep 2012 to 21 Sep 2012
San Franciso Ballet: Programme C
Booking from 19 Sep 2012 to 22 Sep 2012
ZooNation Dance Company
's multi-award nominated smash-hit dance musical Some Like It Hip Hop
returns to the Peacock Theatre
this September for a limited run.
The hugely talented original cast, including Tommy Franzén and Lizzie Gough, return to tell this comic tale of love, mistaken identity, cross dressing and revolution, featuring ZooNation's trademark dance innovation and set to bone shaking music from Josh Cohen and DJ Walde.
Akram Khan's Company
, Akram Khan's most personal work to date, which won the 2012 Olivier Award for best new dance production and was branded "a masterpiece" (The Observer), returns to Sadler's Wells for six performances this October.
This contemporary solo dance piece is a spectacular visual feast which sees Khan explore his heritage from Bangladesh to Britain threading memories and myth together in a work whose title DESH means 'homeland' in Bengali.
Cedar Lake Contemporary Balle
New York's Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet makes its long overdue UK debut premiering a vibrant and daring triple bill of works by a fascinating mix of provocative choreographers.
The company bring their renowned classical technique and physical power to perform Hofesh Shechter's Violet Kid, choreographed to his own original score, as well as Alexander Ekman's exploration of rhythm, Tuplet and Grace Engine, Crystal Pite's examination of the stories that connect mankind.
Artistic director and host of Breakin' Convention and Sadler's Wells Associate Artist, Jonzi D returns to his roots and looks to the future with his dual programme Lyrikal Fearta - Redux.
The first programme features some of Jonzi's most critically acclaimed works; Guilty, Shoota, Safe, Aeroplane Man and Silence the Bitchin', while the second comprises new works as Jonzi continues to respond to the world around him in his own unique 'choreopoetic' style. Both programmes feature music, poetry, movement, politics and wit.