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To commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War, English National Ballet revive their “moving and ambitious” (The Independent) triptych reflecting the experiences of those who fought, and those who stayed behind.
The programme features works by two Sadler’s Wells Associate Artists: Russell Maliphant’s Second Breath, in which 20 dancers rise and fall, and Akram Khan’s award-winning Dust which is “full of pain and power” (The Independent), as well as Liam Scarlett’s No Man’s Land – evoking the entwined destinies of the soldiers and munition workers.
Age restrictionChildren under 5 will not be admitted.
Running time2hr 15min (inc. two intervals)
Performance dates20 September - 29 September 2018
This was my first time watching Ballet and I was blown away with how much I enjoyed it. It was very contemporary and both moving and exciting. Would highly reccomend!!
Joanna Hinchliffe1st October
The Ballet was fantastic. Very cramped seats but we know that. Efficient and friendly staff
Janis Berzins1st October
I really enjoyed my time there. The performance was enjoyable!
Joseph Halliday30th September
I have never been to a ballet before and found it to be a good experience. Some of the works were truly fantastic. It would of however been wonderful if we could have had something to explain the narrative as for a while I was lost with regards to the story line
Truly amazing dancing, inspired choreography and very thought provoking and emotional to watch.
Fatima Amorim29th September
exciting. the songs composed the dance. touch sensitivity
Vibeke Walton26th September
Great show, at a good price. Thank you.
SHEILA SCHWARTZ26th September
It was a thrilling and memorable program.
Susan Biederman26th September
Magnificent.....innovative, thoughtful, outstanding choreography and performance........a privilege to have seen.......bravo!
Brilliant! I wish it was longer.
Gwyneth Macaulay22nd September
Outstanding choreography by Scarlett, Maliphant and Khan; remarkable performances by the dancers especially Erina Takahashi and Fabian Reimair; great sets, lighting and music. Altogether, movingly presented pictures of loss, pain, struggle and fortitude.
Agnes Abbott22nd September
Poignant 3rd act was beautiful and soul touching