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, whose recent work includes the controversial opera about Anna Nicole Smith for the Royal Opera House and UNDANCE at Sadler’s Wells.
"Modern dance companies come and go, reputations rise and fall, but Rambert, founded in 1926, goes on forever, always a brand leader" - Mail On Sunday
Barak Marshall, one of America's most celebrated choreographers, has presented work across the world but rarely in London. Arresting, original and fevered in style, Barak makes his Rambert debut with The Castaways.
Completing the programme is Mark Baldwin's The Comedy of Change, originally created to commemorate Darwin Year, and described as “a rare beast: a dance that thinks and imagines on a grand scale” (The Guardian).
All three works will be accompanied live by the Rambert Orchestra.